Inside Reference Data - 2008-10-01

A New Dawn for Corporate Actions Processing

The US corporate actions market is seeing a growing number of complex notifications, resulting in an increased interest in taking data from multiple sources and in-depth tax information. Inside Reference Data gathered leading industry professionals to…

XBRL Marks the Spot

Regulators are increasingly embracing the use of extensible business reporting language (XBRL), which means a growing amount of financial data will be tagged and easily accessible. Carla Mangado explores how widespread use of data tagging could affect…

A Sense of Re-Purpose

Thomson Reuters' enterprise division head Jon Robson understands the importance of standing out from the crowd. Tine Thoresen talks to him about the value of doing things differently, and the wisdom behind "re-purposing" his division's offerings

Integrating Messaging Standards

IT messaging infrastructures are entering a period of unprecedented change, with integration being the main buzzword. Progress Software's Wayne Meikle explains the reasons behind the latest moves, and what to expect as the industry moves forward

Into the Unknown

Recent market events have put increased pressure on corporate actions teams, and tools at the client-facing side are becoming more and more important. Tine Thoresen reports on how firms can best deal with the new challenges following sudden mergers, bail…

Mastering the Basics

Data management is evolving rapidly in Asia. Firms are eager to learn from the mistakes and successes stories in other markets, and there is a growing willingness to invest in this area. Carla Mangado explores how the region can benefit from a fresh…

The Promise

As service level agreements (SLAs) evolve, more firms are eager to include service guarantees, and data quality is high on the list of requirements. Tine Thoresen reports

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