The buy-side venue allows firms to forego share ante in favor of “proactive” policing.
Invesco Canada, TMX Group and potentially even Fundserv are building products that blend ETFs and active mutual funds.
Crucial calculation errors began last week.
Eagle also went live with Invesco last year.
Buy-side firms need to do their homework and be aware of the challenges PBOR adoption presents.
Invesco has implemented a PBOR to improve the accuracy and reliability of its performance and risk reports.
Panelists discuss the rise of PBOR projects across the buy side and the associated challenges.
Fidelity will have the largest ownership stake in Luminex Trading & Analytics
Atlanta-based Invesco has selected Portware Enterprise as the centralized hub for execution management across all of its asset classes.
On November 13, 2013, five industry experts took part in an Inside Reference Data webcast exploring how requirements for increased levels of transparency are affecting the pricing and valuations space
The establishing steps of corporate actions are more conducive to automation, participants in a webcast said, writes Michael Shashoua
A conversation about corporate actions processing raises more questions about the progress of automation
During a webcast about corporate actions on March 25, participants discussed efforts to automate corporate action to help mitigate risk, the value of cloud resources and outside hosting for corporate actions processing, the challenges in automation, and…
End users are figuring out how to determine levels for quotes and code accounting data
Investment manager Invesco has implemented Eagle Investment Systems' performance measurement solution for its retail and institutional businesses in continental Europe, according to the firm.
Inside Reference Data gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on September 11, 2012 to discuss how firms are reviewing pricing strategies due to growing pressure from regulators to mitigate risk
Data management strategies and provider choices are a prime concern for firms trying to achieve transparency in their pricing data, at regulators’ urging. Michael Shashoua looks for where the work will need to occur in the industry