A new service from Standard & Poor’s will use push technology to deliver Cusip identifiers for competitive and negotiated municipal bond deals to fixed income and equity market participants every 15 minutes. With the New Issues On the Web (S&P Now) service, says Jim Taylor, managing director at S&P, “we are fundamentally changing the delivery of new Cusip numbers to fixed income and equity markets … (to) help broker/dealers meet new regulatory and business requirements for more fluid and efficient markets.” S&P also last month made its Associated Obligor Link service available through Securities DataManager. This enables clients to use identifier numbers to identify the ultimate obligors or guarantors responsible for issued debt.
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The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
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