ISO

The Search For Identity

For OTC derivatives transactions, market participants seeing more challenges beyond just regulatory reporting demands

AFTAs 2014: Best Infrastructure Initiative—Northern Trust

One of the more interesting trends to develop over the last few years is the financial services industry’s willingness to use cloud-based solutions to drive down costs while improving efficiencies. The next stage of that evolution has been the…

New Approaches to Corporate Actions

In a July 8 webcast, four industry experts analyzed the approaches firms should take to capture and process the data they need about corporate action events and fully understand the impact of these events

ANNA to Create Records with LEI-Instrument Links

The Association of National Numbering Agencies plans to develop new records that include links between legal entity identifiers (LEIs) and the relevant financial instruments and reflect the categories of financial instruments according to ISO…

DTCC Pilot Introduces ISO 20022 For Distribution Events

In the third phase of its corporate actions pilot, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation is introducing ISO 20022 messages for distribution events such as cash dividends, stock dividends, interest payments and principal payments

Standards Coronation

The ISO 10962 Classification of Financial Instruments code is due for an overhaul, says Martin Sexton of London Market Systems. What will the new reigning standard look like?

As We Predicted

Swift, and the DTCC, scored a win supporting their prospects as LEI administrators by gaining the CFTC's designation to run its CICI identifier standard

Michael Shashoua: The Crawl of Progress

Global regulatory authorities have inched just a little bit closer to defining what the LEI will be and how it will be administered. The Financial Stability Board’s plans for a three-tiered administrative structure inspires more questions about how to…

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