Tokyo 2011: Firms, Vendors: Enlisting ‘Partners’ Improves Data Quality

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Perry Beaumont, SIX Telekurs; Andrew Reeve, Tullett Prebon Information; Douglas Shumway, Alliance Bernstein; Raymond Yeung, Nikko AM

End-user firms in Japan and other Asian markets are increasingly seeking solid “partnerships” with data providers rather than traditional supplier-client relationships to ensure quality of market data—especially for pricing around complex, illiquid instruments, according to participants in a panel discussion at the recent Tokyo Financial Information Summit.

“Larger firms want to have a partner and want to feel that a vendor is part of their team as they try to approach solutions,” said Perry Bea

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