TOKYO - Standard & Poor's (S&P) has embarked on a project aimed at integrating its Japanese reference data with its global reference data to centralize and consolidate all data, officials tell Inside Reference Data.
Hong Kong-based Marc Anthonisen, data solutions and operations, S&P, says the Japanese market is a top priority for S&P in Asia Pacific, and it is seen as a potential market for the company's global data solutions. "We're putting a lot of focus on Japan. It's a big market from a risk
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