GS1 US Looks at How to Help Financial Services Industry Solve Standards Challenge


NEW YORK—The US chapter of the international standards organization GS1 is assessing opportunities to create and manage classification schemes for the financial services industry to improve standardization, officials tell Inside Reference Data.

GS1, which has a presence in 108 countries, manages international standards for a large number of industries, such as retail and healthcare, but has so far not been involved in the financial services industry.

Bernie Hogan, senior vice-president and chief

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