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Index Data Licensing – The New Complexity

In today’s environment, where firms are required to do more with fewer resources while dealing with increasing complexity in commercial index data policies and licensing models, it is becoming more and more difficult to ensure that index data usage is being managed effectively and that the cost of index data is controlled. Effectively managing index data requires a variety of skills and ...

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Calero-MDSL Strikes Partnership with Jordan & Jordan for Index License Service Offering

Leading Market Data Management Provider Strengthens Offering for Securities Firms to Manage Complex License Agreements Calero-MDSL, a leading provider of Technology Expense Management (TEM) and Market Data Management (MDM) solutions, today announced a partnership with Jordan & Jordan, a prominent FinTech company providing market data, regulatory compliance and trading solutions across th...

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Calero-MDSL Recognized by SIIA As Best FinTech Solution

Index License Manager Earns Prestigious Industry Recognition as part of the 2020 CODiE Awards Calero-MDSL, a leading provider of Technology Expense Management (TEM) and Market Data Management solutions, today announced that their Index License Manager (ILM) product has been named the Best FinTech Solution of 2020 as part of the annual SIIA CODiE Awards. The prestigious CODiE Awards recog...

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eBonding – Advantage in the Age of Covid-19

Two of the valuable things you learn during a crisis like the one we’re struggling through are: The more people involved in any value-chain process the more complex that process becomes The more automation you apply to fundamental processes the more you insulate it from error One clear and valuable example is eBonding, in which a Telecom Expense Management (TEM) firm establishes resilien...

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Market Data Management Outlook for 2020

In 2020 the need to do more with less will continue to rise for those managing market data for their companies. Many financial institutions are looking for opportunities to introduce automation and integration to cut costs, while maintaining their service during transition. At the same time, providers of market data are working to defend their usage policies. Many consumers of market dat...

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