Evaluated Prices special report


March 2011 - sponsored by: Asset Control, SIX Telekurs, Standard & Poor's

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Eyes on the Price

For data vendors, evaluated prices has been the space to focus on following the financial crisis. This is where many vendors have added expertise, expanded offerings and boosted resources-all to meet a growing demand from
a user community eager to take both more data and more frequent data.

In fact, some users tend to say that if there was another source, theywould probably take that too. The pressure is on to mitigate risk, and comparing data sources is considered one of themost essential ways to do that. But the challenge is howto maintain all the data, which has to be collected, maintained and validated.

Firms are increasingly dependent on improving automation and processes to meet the operational challenges-linked to anything from having to introduce more robust validation techniques to enabling the business to take evaluated prices intra-day.

The ever-changing pricing landscapemeans it is vital to stay on top of news and developments, which is what we hope to help readers do by publishing this annual Evaluated Prices report, including comments from industry experts and a news review.

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