Evaluated Prices special report

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March 2009 - sponsored by: Interactive Data, SIX Telekurs, Standard & Poor's, Statpro, Thomson Reuters

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Room for Expansion

In today's market, many data managers talk about funding for projects being pulled and limited spending on new initiatives. But this is not necessarily the case for evaluated prices. Turbulent market conditions and a focus on reducing risk have led to a rapidly growing demand for evaluated prices-a demand that has rocketed so fast that some worry vendors have not had time to prepare for the consequences.


Yet, the vendor community has already reacted to changing market conditions and
is continuously improving its services. In fact, even users specializing in this area are
impressed with the quality of some of the offerings.

There is also an increasing realization that taking all data available, including vendor
prices, is the only way to reduce valuation risk. It is quite clear that no-one will ignore the
risk manager in the coming years and valuations will be one of the areas risk departments are expected to take a closer look at. This means evaluated prices continue to be a growing market, where vendors see opportunities to expand.

With this special report, which includes comments from industry experts and a news
review, we hope to provide readers with an insight into the latest development in the
evaluated prices space.

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