CMA DataVision, which was launched last year, provides end-of-day pricing for credit default swaps (CDS), indexes and tranches, based on the CMA Data Consortium, a forum comprising 30 buy-side firms.
"We have seen a lot of momentum in the product over the past year," explains CMA chief executive officer Laurent Paulhac. "We get a lot of requests from clients who want to access our end-of-day CDS data on the platform that matters most to them, be it risk management, portfolio management or
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