BRUSSELS - The European Commission (EC) proceedings against Standard & Poor's (S&P) for the fees being charged by S&P for databasing International Security Identification Numbers (ISINs) based on Cusip numbers are not expected to be affected by the current caretaker position assumed by the outgoing commission at the EC, Inside Reference Data has learned.
The market is still awaiting a decision on the S&P case, and some have previously suggested this would be made by the end of the year. The curr
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