Who Pays The Price?

A view of the Eiffel Tower in Paris France

End-user firms are under growing pressure from regulators to provide more data in more granular detail. As the requirements mount, some industry participants have suggested the burden on end-users could be relieved if regulators turn their attention to data vendors.

During the Paris Financial Information Summit in June, panelists discussed the idea that regulations should be applied to the data that vendors supply to their customers, and data vendors should be liable for any inaccuracies in the

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