On July 14, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about how the rules for evaluated prices are changing how they are obtained, and how the markets are adapting to this and related developments
Evaluated prices are appreciated as valuable data because they are updated frequently and promise higher quality as a result of meeting regulatory requirements for risk management. This webinar will examine how the latest rules for evaluated prices are changing their nature, how different markets are adopting and using evaluated prices, what providers' challenges are and what the firms consuming evaluated price data want to see in the quality of the information.
How are prudent valuation regulations affecting evaluated prices?
- How does demand for evaluated prices compare among regions of the world? Are some regions more saturated than others?
- What are firms demanding of evaluated pricing service providers?
- What are the issues with ‘provenance' of sources of evaluated prices?
- What is the importance of transparency in evaluated prices?
- What are the smartest ways to obtain and manage evaluated prices?
Moderator: Michael Shashoua, Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA
- Gary Pringle, Associate Director Operations, SMITH AND WILLIAMSON
- Greg Carlin, Vice President, Security Evaluations, S&P
- Jayme Fagas, Global Head of Valuations and Transparency, THOMSON REUTERS PRICING SERVICES
- Daniel Johnson, Head of Valuation, WELLS FARGO GLOBAL FUND SERVICES
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