The new agreement, which went live at the end of last year, builds on a relationship that dates back to 1996, when ValueLink began offering pricing data for BNP Paribas' processing of net asset values.
ValueLink now collects end-of-day trading data from broker reports provided by around 15 of the bank's trading counterparties in OTC derivatives—including interest rate swaps, credit default swaps, options and swaptions—and uses the data to produce reconciliation reports.
To create these report
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