This Week: ICE, DTCC, Northern Trust, Microsoft, and more

A summary of the latest financial technology news.

ICE launches service to identify entities and securities subject to sanctions programs

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has launched a service to help institutions comply with global sanctions, including those administered by the UN, EU, US, and others. The new service, which comes at a time of increased geopolitical uncertainty, uses ICE’s data offering and capabilities to identify securities, entities, and groups falling under sanctions programs.

Sanctions can target companies, governments

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The advantages of cloud-based services is well documented, from reduced upfront and ongoing operating and infrastructure costs to improved time-to-market for new services and datasets. Here, Tim Anderson, LSEG explains how the benefits of the service…

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