MiFID may be delayed, but other initiatives continue apace.
Buy-side firms in Asia are dealing with Increasingly complex asset classes, customer requirements and regulatory environments
Industry calls for more fixed income data in Asia
Firms must be innovative to create new ideas, technology
With regulatory requirements mostly addressed, firms' operations executives focusing on 'non-traditional players'
APFIC panel asks: Is data a value-add for the buy side?
Why duplicate efforts that don't add value?
Risk and Regulation Put Pressure on Pricing Services
The Osaka Securities Exchange has published a formal market data policy for the first time, outlining the terms of usage and distribution of its market data, as an initial step towards greater alignment with the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which merged its...
With coverage of our Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference taking center stage in this week’s Inside Market Data, debating new initiatives such as the planned Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program—and its unexpected, indefinite delay—and...
While specific use cases for Big Data technologies vary across an organization, demand for the capability to consume, process and analyze increasingly large volumes of data is ubiquitous across trading firms' front, middle and back offices, according...
Banks have just over a year to address data integration challenges of Basel's new risk requirements
AFPIC 2014: Firms Must Be Ready for Infrastructure Demands to Surpass Legacy Capabilities, Panel Warns
Rising infrastructure needs will drive development of new technologies to support modernization.
Lack of contract standards hinders firms' ability to switch to cheaper providers, panelists say.
Regulation and flexibility are the key drivers for the uptake in managed services globally according to a panel of managed services providers, at this week's Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference in Hong Kong.
The data industry is currently at an inflection point where the cost of consuming and processing data outweighs the revenues generated, but firms who embrace the "deluge of data" rather than attempting to reduce their intake are more likely to succeed...
Official says Hong Kong's valuable data makes it a target for hackers, so firms must remain vigilant
This week, I had the pleasure of helping out on two of Inside Market Data’s stablemates at Incisive Media, ClickZ and Search Engine Watch, and realized that while we serve different markets and audiences, there’s a lot of crossover in terms of themes...
BCBS 239, LEI Questions Featured on Agenda
End-user firms continued to struggle with budget concerns in 2013, while striving to embrace innovative ways to view and use data.
Pricing transparency and regulatory compliance efforts share a common thread: the need for collaboration.
Quality data management—taking on challenges as varied as centralizing data, bridging data gaps, regulatory compliance, establishing identifiers and more—all depends on promoting functional collaboration.
Regulatory demands push evaluated pricing providers to reveal more details of how they produce the data they have on offer. Max Bowie hears how end-users of data are collaborating closer with the providers as a result
David Anderson of industry association FISD and Atradia Consulting outlines the progress of FISD's Financial Information Associate certification program at the recent Asia-Pacific Financial Information Conference.