Evaluated Prices special report


March 2010 - sponsored by: Asset Control Standard & Poor's SIX Telekurs

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International Demand

If you look back at evaluated pricing-related news from more than five years ago, most stories will have been focused on the US market. This is where the trend was seen to start, and this is where professionals claim there is a more mature market for this data type.

But the US market is no longer alone in seeing increased demand for evaluated pricing services. In fact, turbulent market conditions and a focus on reducing risk have also helped fuel this trend in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

The financial crisis has resulted in increased pressure on investors to have a comprehensive understanding of pricing of illiquid assets. Investors are looking for a transparent view of assets and evaluations, and vendors are continuously improving tools and services to facilitate peek-through transparency. The challenge for data managers is now to ensure the growing importance of thorough evaluation processes is being reflected in budgets and infrastructure.

In this Evaluated Prices Special Report, which includes comments from industry experts and a news review, we hope to provide readers with an insight into the latest developments in the evaluations space, providing information on how to handle the many challenges related to pricing illiquid assets.

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