Archive recording of April 14 webcast covering data quality issues
Archive recording of March 17 webcast covering data governance issues
Archive recording of webcast covering corporate actions automation
Buy-side firms need to do their homework and be aware of the challenges PBOR adoption presents.
Invesco has implemented a PBOR to improve the accuracy and reliability of its performance and risk reports.
Experts discuss reporting under Esma's implementing rules.
Cost no longer the lone differentiator, panelists say.
WatersTechnology gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on October 22, 2014 to discuss how firms are moving ahead with their own investment book of record implementations.
WatersTechnology gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on October 21, 2014 to discuss how open source technology can be safely and effectively used within financial services firms trading on wholesale markets.
On October 29, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast concerning the issues at each stage of the corporate actions processing lifecycle, and the standards concerns for corporate actions
On November 6, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about readiness for the deadline to comply with Solvency II capital adequacy regulation
TCO involves a proper data governance program to succeed.
On October 16, WatersTechnology hosted a webcast to discuss the emerging trend on the buy side toward adopting managed data services for some aspects of data management, sponsored by RIMES Technologies.
On September 18, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about progress in implementation of the legal entity identifier and the work to be done to complete the LEI system
The investment book of record (IBOR) phenomenon currently sweeping the buy side shows no sign of slowing down, as asset managers on both sides of the Atlantic start moving down the road toward managing their investment positions and cash, not only on an…
On June 26, Waters hosted a webcast to discuss one of the most pressing and important technological developments on the buy side in recent memory ─ the development of an investment book of record (IBOR) system.
On July 8, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about how financial firms can make the sourcing and processing of corporate actions data more efficient and effective by adopting new approaches, such as the use of a data utility
In a June 4 webcast about transparent pricing, experts in the field explained the different types of information vendors are being asked to provide for due diligence, accounting disclosures and daily price challenges, writes Nicholas Hamilton
On June 24, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about the changes firms must make to comply with the BCBS 239 risk data aggregation and reporting principles, the CCAR and FDSF stress testing programs and the COREP and FINREP reporting frameworks
As a July 1 deadline approaches, it's become evident that the US Fatca tax withholding regulation has driven big changes in data collection and reporting, as the industry works to comply with the new tax withholding rules. Michael Shashoua reports on…
On June 4, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about delivering transparent pricing, during which four industry experts discussed due diligence requirements, the impact of accounting standards and the daily price challenge process
As firms look for the most efficient way to get an EDM project up and running, managed services are becoming an attractive option. However, some practitioners are reluctant to adopt the model due to concerns about data security. Nicholas Hamilton reports…
On May 28, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about US Fatca tax withholding regulation, in which four experts in the field discussed industry readiness for an impending July 1 deadline
Adopting principles for effective risk data aggregation and internal risk reporting practices -- Webcast
On May 15, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about risk data aggregation and internal reporting practices, in which four experts in the field discussed the role of regulatory requirements and challenges for data management