Data centralization advocacy gains ground, but effects not realized
June 2013 - sponsored by: Broadridge, Eagle Investment Systems, SmartStream
Basel III rules aren't being implemented quickly enough to meet January 2013 deadline, but what does that mean?
Has the Financial Stability Board allowed enough time with its March 2013 deadline for the legal entity identifier (LEI) to set up local authorities, much less actually assign all the LEIs, as was once expected?
Financial firms are looking for more transparency from providers of pricing and valuations, particularly on sourcing of data. Michael Shashoua analyzes the factors influencing how data is obtained and managed
Proprietary instrument codes, while now more open to outside users, may not become as standardized as the legal entity identifier - or will they? Some uncertainty is now in the mix for the LEI with a loosening of its federated administration model
While firms prepare for the upcoming legal entity identifier (LEI) standard, all eyes remain on what it will take to make this a truly global solution. Carla Mangado speaks to experts in the field to find out where the market is really at when it comes…
As LEI preparation kicks off, governance is taking on a prioritized role
US securities regulators issued new rules July 26 that are expected to create more transparency in the markets but will generate more data management needs