LEI Progress & What It Means For Data Management -- webcast


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Efforts to implement the global legal entity identifier (LEI) saw more progress in recent months, with principles for pre-local operating units (pre-LOUs) being issued in July by the Regulatory Oversight Committee administering the global LEI, and a clean-up of the roles of CFTC Interim Compliant Identifiers (CICIs) having begun. Pre-LEIs have also sprung up in France, Germany and the UK. Our webcast will explore what these developments mean for managing new identifier data, and address these questions:

-- What are the fundamental principles of data management for the LEI?
-- How are such principles being applied, or how should they be applied?
-- What is necessary to onboard clients onto these new identifiers?
-- What is necessary to coordinate LEIs with other pre-existing identifiers?
-- What progress are the new pre-LEIs or pre-LOUs making? Will more markets create pre-LEIs or LOUs?

* Ari Marcus, Director, Institutional Client Data Strategy, Operations and Technology, Information Services Group, CITI GROUP
* Francis Gross, Head of Division, External Statistics Division, Directorate General Statistics, EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK
* Scott Preiss, Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, CUSIP Global Services S&P CAPITAL IQ
* Tim Lind, Global Head of Middle Office, Enterprise Content, THOMSON REUTERS
Moderator: Michael Shashoua, Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA

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