Valuation: More Art than Science

Panelists at Inside Reference Data’s  webcast on risk-reduction in the valuation process agreed that the function has become much more rigorous since the financial crisis of 2008, with valuation providers now being required to drill down into methodology and think about the consistency of input data and underlying data. However, London-based Stephen Ingle, derivatives product manager, Bank of New York Mellon, emphasized that valuation remains “an art more than a science.” New York-based Sanjay

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The Cusip lawsuit: A love story

With possibly three years before the semblance of a verdict is reached in the ongoing class action lawsuit against Cusip Global Services and its affiliates, Reb wonders what exactly is so captivating about the ordeal.

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