Flexible and broad reference data you need
Covering 80m securities and investment instruments, our reference data is comprehensive and accurate, with intraday updates to ensure you have the latest information at your fingertips.
We offer both intuitive request-response and bulk access to a wide array of reference data content including, instrument reference data, symbol cross reference, entity reference data, terms and conditions, bond schedules, factor histories, corporate actions, ratings, fund allocation, and ownership.
Tracking the quality
Reference data refers to both static and dynamic data which is used to help classify and describe the individual characteristics of each financial instrument. It includes various industry-wide and proprietary coding systems to identify instruments such as ISIN, CUSIP, SEDOL, RIC, and PermID.
We actively monitor data quality metrics that track the accuracy, timeliness, and completeness of our data and use these findings to continually improve our processes. Further, the flexibility and breadth of our coverage fit virtually any enterprise or application data requirement, giving you the content you need.
Features & benefits
What you get with our reference data
Our data powers security master and enterprise data management, asset set-up, regulatory compliance, corporate actions processing and other financial workflows.
An array of data packages across a wide range of delivery platforms and technologies means that you are able to choose the services that suit your individual requirements.
We have local market intelligence coupled with the global reach and infrastructure of a preeminent market vendor.
We take a dynamic, proactive view of the market and adapt to meet user demands for new content and functional capabilities.
We are an advocate of the six-sigma process improvement methodology. We ensure high-quality data through extensive checks and controls, combined with active monitoring of exceptions to drive marginal operational and process gains.
Regulatory reference data often introduces the need for new reference data unique to the regulation. Examples include MiFID II, SFTR, and FRTB.
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