Settling Into Compliance


As markets continue to be volatile and trade volumes show little sign of decreasing, the quality of the underlying data needed to settle a trade is becoming increasingly important. This, coupled with the fallout of the global credit crisis that has increased compliance requirements, has prompted market participants to improve their settlement efficiency and focus on ensuring they have accurate and compliant settlement and account data (SI).

SI data plays a crucial role in the trade-processing

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