Pricing: the Meaning and Impact of Transparency -- Webcast


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The introduction of a plethora of new regulations and the changing priorities of financial firms are leading to demands for greatly levels of transparency into the origins of prices and valuations. Data consumers are no longer satisfied to receive a price in isolation; now they also want access to the assumptive and observable data that has been used by the pricing provider, and they want to understand the provider's methodology and the controls they have in place. Our webcast explores these developments and addresses the following questions:

-- Which aspects of pricing and valuations would financial firms like to be more transparent?

-- What do financial firms want to learn during due diligence meetings with pricing vendors?
-- How are regulations, including AIFMD and Form PF, impacting pricing and valuations?
-- How are new regulatory requirements affecting the relationship between vendors and their clients?
-- Are there further ways in which financial institutions believe their pricing vendors can help them to meet the changing requirements of the industry?


-- Joel Brown, Director of Pricing & Corporate Actions, INVESCO
-- Daniel Johnson, Director, Valuation, WELLS FARGO GLOBAL FUND SERVICES
-- Anthony Belcher, Director of EMEA Pricing and Reference Data, INTERACTIVE DATA
-- Satyam Kancharla, SVP of Client Solutions Group, NUMERIX
-- Milton Miyashiro, Chief Controls Officer, Evaluated Pricing Service, THOMSON REUTERS

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