Inside Reference Data - 2010-05-01

Up Close and Personal

It is no longer enough to be supplied with basic reference data. Firms must know the inputs used to form the data record, as well as how, by whom and when it was last validated, says Markit's Ross E. Chapman

An Integrated Future

With regulatory pressure and increased focus on achieving an enterprise-wide view of data, firms are prioritizing projects aimed at making data more easily accessible by integrating systems and sources. On April 21, Inside Reference Data gathered leading…

Under Scrutiny

Regulatory focus on data is on the rise, and growing pressure to increase transparency has placed firms even more in the spotlight. Carla Mangado explores what the recent regulatory scrutiny in transaction reporting means for the data industry

The Age of Collaboration

Increased complexity of events and a growing focus on risk have resulted in Australian corporate actions professionals coming together for a united approach. Collaborative efforts are set to improve consistency and standardization in the market, and…

Don't Stop Believing

The concept of a reference data utility has continued to gain momentum over the past year, and the industry may be set for a structural change. Tine Thoresen speaks to the ECB's Francis Gross