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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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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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MDSL Chairman Ben Mendoza inducted into the Inside Market Data Hall of Fame

Ben Mendoza, Chairman of MDSL, a global leader in Technology Expense Management ("TEM") and Market Data Management (“MDM”) solutions, has been inducted into the Inside Market Data Hall of Fame. Following the North American Financial Information Summit conference in New York on May 23, Mendoza was recognized during the IMD/IRD Awards Evening for his influence in the market data industry a...

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Enterprise-scale Market Data Compliance Management

The march towards automation puts the spotlight on application compliance Life was simpler in the old days. Market data was delivered to users who viewed it on their desktops and the pricing models of the exchanges reflected a steady world accordingly. A ‘unit of count’ was defined and you’d count your users. The old days in this story are of course perhaps only a decade ago, but since t...

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