As the Derivatives Service Bureau (DSB) moves into its second year of operation, its highest-volume users will pay more for International Securities Identification Numbers (ISINs).
The DSB, the fully automated generator of ISINs for the OTC derivatives market, has published its user fees for 2019. Power users, who require programmatic connectivity to ISINs in real-time, will pay €117,500, up from €112,500 last year. Standard user fees jump to €39,200 from €37,500, while infrequent users hold
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