Dunlap and White have held senior roles on the buy side, sell side, and at vendors and exchanges, over careers spanning more than 30 years each.
The federal judge presiding over the ongoing class-action suit against Cusip Global Services, S&P Global, FactSet, and the American Bankers Association, has dismissed all complaints against the defendants except one alleging the quartet violated Section 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
As the parties involved in the Cusip lawsuit wait to see whether the case will proceed to trial, Reb discusses what it might mean if the defense's claim that the case has no legal merit is true.
A broker-dealer and two investment managers have filed a new, joint complaint against the quartet of companies associated with management of the Cusip numbering system.
A judge for the Southern District of New York has also ordered that two class-action suits brought against Cusip Global Services and its affiliates earlier this year be consolidated.
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Firms file “aggressive” motion to have legal case resolved early, saying Cusip’s operators and owners have no basis to charge for the codes.
MarketAxess is looking to scale its business and launch new offerings by leveraging DataBP's platform, which utilizes API and cloud-based technology, to optimize its management of post-sales relationships and market data.
Six months after the EDM Council released its guidelines for managing sensitive data in the cloud, some new names have joined the effort, and the trade body is seeking companies to join its authorized partner program.
In a cloud world, IT asset management can save on operational and compliance costs and get the most out of software usage. But it's important to find the right people for the job.
The community group is building a referencing architecture to test the theory that all participants in the data supply chain behave as originators, providers and users.
The vendor has been in the process of overhauling its entire tech estate for almost seven years, with the aim of offering modular, flexible services.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The bank is developing solutions to help internal teams understand compliant usage and entitlements.
The Nordic bank is looking for ways to mitigate costs as software vendors define new policy categories to capture robotic workers.
Increasingly, exchanges are trying to get closer to their customers, in a bid to better understand how they use market data. This move may come at the expense of data vendors that are being gradually squeezed out of the exchange-client relationship.
Under the new fee policy, some of the largest users of the LSE’s identifier codes could see their Sedol spend more than double, though the exchange says the “vast majority” of clients will see no increase.
The EU regulator had to coordinate efforts with local NCAs to clamp down on failures made by counterparties to meet Emir guidelines for porting data.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Keen to trim the resources they expend on interpreting licenses, investment firms are exploring how they can turn data agreements into machine-readable code. Doing so is fraught with challenges.
Data licensing agreements remain a source of contention for the industry, as suppliers look to differentiate offerings via disruptive pricing structures.
License to list allows Aquis to challenge established players like LSE as it makes plans to introduce a “hybrid model” for trading.
Investment firms have the upper hand when dealing with expensive data vendors, says Investec’s Nico Smuts.
US exchange group receives regulatory nod for Amsterdam operations, and appoints a new head to run the EU entity.