Recorded Webinar: The opportunities and challenges of open source symbology20 October 2016
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Open source symbology initiatives that offer free access to unique identifiers designed to help financial institutions manage information from financial instruments to events and people are emerging in capital markets. Their aim is to overcome the complexity of managing multiple vendor and proprietary identifiers, and deliver a single open identifier set that can simplify data management, improve data aggregation, eliminate redundant mapping processes and reduce operational risk. The theory is sound, but what are the practicalities of implementing open source symbology and how widely is it being adopted?
Listen to the webinar to learn more about:
- Open symbology initiatives
- Emerging open identifiers
- Operational benefits
- Implementation challenges
- Future development
Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor, A-Team Group
Richard C Robinson, Head of Industry Strategy and Initiatives for Open Symbology, Bloomberg
John Eliseo, Global Head of Content Modeling, Thomson Reuters
More About Our Speakers:
Richard C Robinson
Head of Industry Strategy and Initiatives for Open Symbology
Richard C Robinson is a senior executive with over 25 years of experience in the financial industry, holding leadership roles in operations and technology at global banks, brokers, investment managers and industry utilities.
He is head of Strategy and Industry Relations for Open Symbology at Bloomberg LLP. He holds an MBA in Organizational Behavior and IT from Stern and a B.S. in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University.
Global Head of Content Modeling
John Eliseo is head of the Metadata Management Group within the Content Marketplace Group. John leads the team responsible for metadata assets including the Thomson Reuters Classification Scheme, the master taxonomy for classifying content and the Data Item Registry, a metadata registry of all Thomson Reuters content sets. John also participates in defining and implementing the company’s information architecture strategy, which is known as Content Marketplace.
John has held many positions during his 21 year career at Thomson Reuters including product management, product development, data access services and architecture serving the needs of the Investment Management community. John received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Dallas.
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