MDSL Aims to Add Clients, Functions to Index License Manager Product in 2016

The vendor plans to expand ILM with new features and new versions aimed at different market segments.

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MDSL first unveiled ILM—which enables firms to manage index licenses and index data licenses, and to compare vendors, via a dashboard—in beta in 2014, and transitioned it to a web-based platform in 2015. The vendor is now nearing the end of a project to implement ILM at an unnamed Swiss bank, and is in various stages of proof-of-concept projects at other buy-side and sell-side firms.

Now, MDSL plans to add more functionality, such as increasing the different types of fee structure that it

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