Burton-Taylor's annual sentiment survey shows record levels of optimism in some areas for 2018 with slight contractions next year. Max Bowie reports on the trends reported by survey respondents.
Requirements for broader liquidity monitoring and increased liquidity thresholds is transforming cash and liquidity management practices and systems
The survey highlights pricing and reference data, valuations, risk and regulation-related spend as having the strongest sentiment for growth in spend.
Winning is about consistency, not just speed
Inside Reference Data gathers together leading data management professionals to discuss issues raised by the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation.
Identifiers taking on greater importance in compliance with European MiFIR rules
Chris Pickles of the FIX Trading Community shares his thoughts on the effects of MiFID II postponement and the reasons why it happened
An Inside Reference Data special report on the effect of regulation on data operations finds an increase in the possibility of getting more data at higher quality
Regulations are opening up opportunities for firms' data operations departments
David Blaszkowsky, senior vice-president at State Street, says regulatory changes have pushed data issues to the fore
Have rules proved too restrictive, or have they yielded positive benefits?
A WatersTechnology survey reveals the industry's opinions on reference data utilities.
An Inside Reference Data special report covering aspects of data governance, including EDM and MDM methods.
Master data management could fit together with enterprise data management to shore up the weaknesses of that approach
How techniques such as EDM and MDM can help make sense of complex information
Getting the front office more involved in data governance begins with creating value for customers
Ownership of data seen as large factor in achieving data quality
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Collecting and managing data for risk management is still rife with clashing and diverse methods and sourcing, says Virginie O’Shea, senior analyst at Aite Group