Teresa Glasser, acting deputy director of the US Treasury Office of Financial Research, spoke about taking an overall view of data and systems issues for identifiers, in a discussion at Sifma, as Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua recounts
Robin Doyle, a senior vice president at JP Morgan Chase, remarked that the legal entity identifier (LEI) deadline may be tough for the industry to meet, as Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua relates in this audio commentary
Rui Carvalho, managing director of enterprise solutions at S&P Capital IQ, discussed the new additions to the company's Xpressfeed platform.
ITRS' Kevin Covington discusses APM technology and how the sector has evolved.
Patrik Neutjens, head of reference data at Swift, discusses the value of end-to-end data systems, and how the organization aims to advance the legal entity identifier globally as one of the administrators for the LEI standard.
A panel of private sector representatives is providing advice to the Financial Stability Board (FSB) on the development of the legal entity identifier. Nicholas Hamilton speaks to Graeme Austin, one of the participants in this advisory group, about how…
The new pre-trade risk and capital check Rule 15c3-5 takes effect on Nov. 30. Is the industry ready?
At Sibos in Toronto, Tony Freeman, director of industry relations at Omgeo, gives his take on the unexpected ripple effects of the implementation of LEI
Genevy Dimitrion, immediate past chair of ISITC, notes progress bringing the SSI [standard settlement instructions] standards onto ISO 20022
At Sibos in Toronto, Phil Lynch, president and CEO of Asset Control, speaks about reference data issues surfacing at the conference, and how the economic downturn has increased the importance of efficiency in financial firms' operational equations
Tim Lind, global head of strategy for enterprise content at Thomson Reuters, discusses the growth of the company's legal entity solutions, and how they are applied
Icap business development manager recaps discussion of pricing challenges in the Tokyo market, following Tokyo Financial Information Summit
Since the introduction of Apple's iPad a little over a year ago, financial service firms have been rushing applications to market for these new devices and their competitors. But have these devices truly found their true niche yet?