Regulatory Compliance Gaining Priority, EFIS Attendees Say

Informal polling finds compliance necessary, although it may spur production of unusable data


Adapting to regulation may be painful, but it is necessary, according to the majority of respondents to an informal poll conducted at the European Financial Information Summit in London, on September 15. Achieving regulatory compliance has become top priority, some attendees indicated, in response to another question also asked during reference data-focused sessions at the conference.

Among 32 voters, 44 percent said firms that adapt to regulation will make markets safer for investors, and

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