The Five Principles of Cost Containment in Securities Data Management


One way to cut costs and gain efficiencies is to streamline data management operations. By Bridget Piraino, vice president of marketing and alliances at Asset Control International

If money is the lifeblood of the capital markets, securities data is its language. The language is simple enough in intent. It identifies specific financial instruments, their value and, in the case of corporate actions, events and investor actions that may ultimately impact the value and description of affected

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