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EDI Offers Corporate Actions Data Service Designed to Undercut NYSE Prices

Exchange Data International (EDI) has introduced a corporate actions service that it says undercuts data redistribution costs charged by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). EDI’s move is a response...
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SteelEye Discusses RegTech Data Platform for MiFID II and More

Ahead of A-Team Group’s RegTech Summit for Capital Markets in London, we caught up with Matt Smith, CEO at SteelEye, to discuss the company’s RegTech proposition, potential users, and participation...
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GDPR will Curb the Digital Wild West, but the Cost will be High

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will curb the digital wild west and improve protection of personal data, but the cost of implementation will be high and now is the time to get started to...
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Fenergo Expands to Meet Demand for Client Lifecyle Management Solution

Fenergo is building out its infrastructure with the appointment of two sales leads, 100 new recruits, office extensions and a customer success function dedicated to nurturing customer experience. The...
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In an Age of Sanctions, Keeping Pace Requires Innovation

By: Phillip Lynch, Head of Markets, Products & Strategy, SIX Financial Information Keeping up with the latest popular television shows was once a relatively simple proposition. With only a...
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Book Webinar Now: The Importance of Strong Security Master Data to MiFID II Compliance

The compliance requirements of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) are complex and far reaching, calling on firms within the scope of the regulation to dig deep before deadline...
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SIX Stands Ready to Help Firms with MiFID II and PRIIPs Document Exchange

SIX Financial Information is standing ready to help firms meet the data and document exchange requirements of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and Packaged Retail and...
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John Randles Leaves CEO Role at Bloomberg PolarLake to Join Start-up

John Randles has left the role of CEO at Bloomberg PolarLake and is on gardening leave until the end of September, after which he will become CEO of a technology start-up. Randles has been replaced...
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IT Rationalisation: Mobilising Data Assets

By: Martijn Groot, Vice President of Product Strategy, Asset Control IT rationalisation has become a major focus for financial services firms over the past couple of years – from Deutsche Bank’s...
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Peter Serenita Moves on from HSBC to Join Scotiabank as US Chief Data Officer

After an eight-year career as a senior data management executive at HSBC, Peter Serenita has moved on to join Toronto headquartered Scotiabank as US chief data officer. He will continue to be based...

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