Natixis refines in-house interoperability model

The French asset manager has refined its canonical data model over the last decade, as the interoperability movement continues to evolve.

Paris-based Natixis Investment Managers, which oversees more than $1 trillion of assets, has expanded the data domains of its canonical data model (CDM), the basis on which the firm made interoperability across its front-office platforms possible. Natixis, which spoke to WatersTechnology about its CDM two years ago, had been originally focused on pure asset management datasets related to its 40 active funds, but has since brought its separately managed accounts (SMA) business into the platform’s

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