Natixis: Interop is a buy-side “necessity”

The asset manager is building front-office interoperability based on a canonical data model.

Achieving interoperability of systems and platforms would be a simple proposition for the buy side if firms custom built all their own solutions. Then, tech teams would know where their data repositories resided, they would follow the same security protocols, and generally abide by the same standards for reference data such as securities identifiers. Sending data from system to system would be easy.

The tech estates of most asset managers, however, look nothing like this, as they comprise

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