Who's Afraid of Reference Data? Not Us ..

International frequent-flyer that I am, I found myself at the first annual Inside Reference Data conference in New York last month. The 145 delegates who attended the event did not hold back with the debate and discussions on reference data. In fairness, the London and European markets cannot be accused of ignoring reference data, but the Americans seem to be more mature in their outlook on the influence and importance of non-real-time financial content.

Many industry observers commented to

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