Standard & Poor's last week announced an exclusive agreement to provide its clients with daily pricing on complex and illiquid securities from Ridgefield, Conn.-based Complex Security Valuations.
According to J.R. Rieger, vice president of global evaluations at S&P, demand for pricing on these securities was outstripping S&P's ability to provide the data by itself. "We have traditionally been in complex and illiquid securities pricing ... and it's a key differentiator," he says. "But the shee
James Rundle attended the Futures Industry Association's annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida. These are his takeaways.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails