Reference Data: the Rebel with Several Causes

You may have noticed that we have a lot of articles about corporate actions this month. There have been many discussions here at Inside Reference Data central about whether corporate actions can be classed as reference data at all. They are not coded, they are defiantly not static. However, they are not real-time, front-office market data, so under the all-encompassing reference data umbrella they go.

What is the problem with corporate actions? Who owns them, and how can the vendor and

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