Emma Kalliomaki, the London Stock Exchange's head of SEDOL masterfile, discusses the processes it has put in place to ensure the uniqueness and validity of the pre-legal entity identifiers it issues in its new role as a pre-Local Operating Unit
At the beginning of August, the London Stock Exchange became the fourth pre-Local Operating Unit to start issuing pre-legal entity identfiers, which it calls Interim Entity Identifiers. According to Emma Kalliomaki, the LSE's London-based head of SEDOL masterfile, the exhange has so far received interest from a wide range of entity types and is benefiting from its experience as a national numbering agency.
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