Standard & Poor’s has secured a deal as the preferred data provider for Global Investment Systems’ MFACT fund accounting and administration system aimed at the mutual fund processing market. This is an expansion of an existing deal which adds S&P’s taxable corporate bond pricing for all asset types, including mortgage-backed securities CMO’s and asset backed securities (in addition to the original municipal pricing service). It also adds international bond evaluations and global equities coverage.
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S&P Becomes Preferred Data Supplier To GIS’s Fund Accounting Software
The buy-side faced a barrage of regulation in 2020 and is now under pressure to make post-Brexit adjustments and complete LIBOR transition by the end of 2021. To ensure compliance and ease the burden of in-house data management, many firms turned to outsourcing and managed services. But there is more to come, as buy-side firms...
The Derivatives Service Bureau (DSB) has published the timeline for its 2021 industry consultation on 2022 OTC ISIN and CFI service provision. Core themes focus on providing updates for service enhancements sought last year, as well as risk analysis relating to the DSB’s cybersecurity and cloud resilience. The OTC ISIN and CFI consultation will operate...
DMS London brings together the European data management community to explore the latest challenges, opportunities and data innovations facing sell side and buy side financial institutions.
FRTB is one of the most sweeping and transformative pieces of regulation to hit the financial markets in the last two decades. With the deadline confirmed as January 2022, this Special Report provides a detailed insight into exactly what the data requirements are for FRTB in its latest (and final) incarnation, and explores what needs to be done in order to meet these needs on a cost-effective and company-wide basis.