FactSet, the Connecticut-based software vendor, is developing a new product that will help firms monitor single-name exposure, officials tell Inside Reference Data.
FactSet is taking client portfolio data and combining it with entity reference data to support single-name exposure risk management processes. When the new product is launched, users will be able to evaluate exposure to issuers across asset classes.
Norwalk, Connecticut-based Chris Ellis, director, analytics, FactSet, says it is all
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