Transparent Demands

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As investment firms start to look more intently at getting transparent views of pricing data sources on behalf of their clients (see Who Pays The Price?, July 2012), they are consequently seeking uniformity in this data, from controls to metrics to thresholds to monitoring. They also are likely to demand more from pricing providers as a result.

“We have a strategy around data that’s uniform across all asset classes,” says Baldwin Smith, managing director, fixed income, Credit Suisse. “Even thoug

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