EC Ruling on S&P Case to Impact Future of ISIN and Cross-Border Trading, Say Complaint Supporters

BRUSSELS - The outcome of the European Commission's (EC) ruling in the competition case against Standard & Poor's (S&P) - concerning licensing fees for databasing the security identifiers Cusip-based ISINs - could affect the popularity of the ISIN standard and interest in cross-border trading, complaint supporters tell Inside Reference Data.

The EC launched formal proceedings against S&P on January 12, investigating if the fees being charged by S&P for databasing International Security Identifica

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