Office of Financial Research (OFR)

Getting All Hands on Deck

The path for the legal entity identifier to reach its administrator’s goal of 1.5 million registrations must be paved collaboratively with the industry that carries out the work of registering. Michael sees GLEIF, the administering foundation, as gaining…

Blaszkowsky Joins State Street

David Blaszkowsky, a data regulation executive at the Office of Financial Research and the US Securities and Exchange Commission in recent years, has been hired as a senior vice president of data governance at State Street

LEI's Big Payoff

While the legal entity identifier is starting to produce value for data management operations, Fatca and BCBS 239 could follow suit in similar fashion

Securing LEI Success

From more regulatory mandates to standardized data quality checks, there was no shortage of suggestions of ways to ensure the success of the LEI project at the North American Financial Information Summit, writes Nicholas Hamilton

OFR's Reed Sheds Light on LEI's Omission from Fatca

Matthew Reed, of the Office of Financial Research and Regulatory Oversight Committee of the legal entity identifier project, says the LEI was not ready when the Internal Revenue Service made key decisions about Fatca, but suggests it will be added in the…

HSBC, Citi Contend With Standards Variations

Data management professionals continue to face multiple data standards that prove challenging when trying to achieve consistency. Michael Shashoua explores how semantic data is proving useful to aggregating data generated under these different standards.

Regulators Advocate Broader View of Data Systems Issues

Teresa Glasser, acting deputy director of the US Treasury Office of Financial Research, spoke about taking an overall view of data and systems issues for identifiers, in a discussion at Sifma, as Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua recounts

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