Three Indian stock exchanges have said they will immediately terminate data licenses that allow non-Indian exchanges and trading platforms to create derivates from their securities and indexes.
The new module arose from a "groundswell" of demand from clients to manage their index costs alongside the costs of index data.
Toomey-Wilson and Harris say their many years of experience can assist firms that lack expertise around dealing with data licensing, audits and compliance issues.
The industry is facing a raft of new regulations, all with substantial and stringent data requirements. Tatiana Zheleznyak, a consultant in Deloitte’s Audit & Risk Advisory division outlines how smart license management can support better compliance.
Axon's new ACT tool will provide speedier and more accessible data on a firm's application data usage, as well as—when used with its PEAR tool—helping to understand the cost impact of exchange policy changes.
Panelists say current market data licensing practices are stuck in the past, and should evolve along similar lines to the music industry, which has dealt with similar intellectual property challenges.
Changing BERRD’s commercial model is the first in a series of moves that include new service suites and potential acquisitions, Ballintrae’s CEO tells Joanne Faulkner
The first Level 2 module will focus on data licensing, aimed at a broad range of industry professionals, especially developers, who need to be aware of the limitations and costs associated with the data they use.
The pair will target financial firms based in South Florida that may not have dedicated market data resources.
Powell will support the Ballintrae board as it prepares to launch a new shared service utility offering in the coming months.
Between them, Crosby and McKibbin have more than 30 years of industry experience at exchanges, data and trading technology companies.
Ballintrae has appointed John Mattingley CEO as the consultancy refocuses to concentrate “100 percent” on market data.
The fees could have added thousands of pounds to spend by firms that consume delayed data, which is generally provided free of charge.
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CME’s self-service data portal will potentially provide outsourced data licensing services for third-party startup datasets, as well as the exchange’s own market data.
Following "significant engagement" with users, LME has introduced an exception to its policy that those who do not contribute to pricing should pay for data.
Deutsche Börse will act as exclusive licensor for India INX's data products outside India.
The exchange aims for its commercial policies to position its indexes against long-established incumbent providers.
Despite declining terminal counts, the LSE's move to enterprise license policies are paying dividends by protecting revenue increases.
BATS Europe will offer two commercial policies for its data──its existing policy, and one designed to help firms affordably meet the requirements of MiFID 2.
Members of law firm Ropes & Gray's intellectual property team discuss the legal precedents behind licensing disputes, and share advice on how firms should treat datasets that might contain copyrightable IP.
S&P is telling clients that it plans to move its price structure to enterprise licenses, which will likely result in fee increases, sources say.
Euronext will not charge firms to license the indexes, providing that they are using the indexes to create new investment products.
Deutsche Börse already provides licensing for other exchanges, including BSE India, and the Irish and Bulgarian stock exchanges.