Startups vie with potential EU consolidated tape to fill market data needs

With a consolidated tape for European debt securities finally on the horizon, startups anticipate how they can fill inevitable gaps.

Market data: Everyone wants it; nobody wants to pay for it. And in the fragmented European bond markets, expense is only a secondary battle to the quality of data available.

In recent years, a constellation of tech startups has emerged to fill a bond market data void, created by the absence of an EU consolidated tape for debt securities. Even the enactment of Mifid II did little to establish transparency in the post-trade data landscape, with data scattered across the Approved Publication

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