Global Markets Need a Common Language

Mind Your Language


There is a quiet revolution brewing in the world of security identifiers. Over the past 18 months, many proposals have surfaced to create new identification systems for the millions of financial instruments traded worldwide each day. They have ranged from open source identifiers made available over the internet to randomized codes issued by government-sponsored entities, to proprietary, vendor-specific codes created by trading platform providers. While the intentions behind many of these

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