Transparency Becomes Greater Concern In Evaluated Pricing

New regulations and the changing requirements of market participants have made transparency the top concern in relation to evaluated prices. However, the additional information that is now being sought from pricing providers varies depending on the context. On June 4, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast, sponsored by Thomson Reuters and S&P Capital IQ, which explored requirements for greater transparency for three distinct purposes: due diligence, accounting disclosures and daily price

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