Thomson Financial, while owner of many valuable data properties, has not to date jumped into marketing its services in the reference data space. News from its Portia portfolio management and accounting system’s division, however, made mention of new modules and enhancements in the works that hint at increased activity in this space. Modules being planned include one devoted to corporate actions, and a Stored Holdings service that would capture and store both qualitative and analytic holdings data for portfolio positions and for reporting and other purposes. This service will offer a time series view of security master file elements. Perhaps a sign of things to come?
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Thomson Hints At Reference Data Activities with Portia News
Date: 18 November 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes Demand for timely and accurate corporate actions data is growing as volumes and complexity rise, and financial institutions acknowledge the increasingly costly gap between accurate corporate actions processing in real, or near-real, time and faulty processing caused by poor...
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