RIMES is an award-winning data management and regulatory technology specialist that truly understands the challenges faced by its customers. It serves nearly 400 asset managers, owners, servicers and banks in 45 countries including 60 of the 100 largest global asset managers and 9 of the 10 largest asset servicers by TAUM. www.rimes.com
SIX operates and develops infrastructure services in the Securities & Exchanges, Banking Services and Financial Information business units with the aim of raising efficiency, quality and innovative capacity across the entire value chain of the Swiss financial center. The company is owned by its users (127 banks). With a workforce of some 2,600 employees and a presence in 20 countries, it generated operating income in excess of CHF 1.9 billion and Group net profit of CHF 221.3 million in 2018.
In the Financial Information business unit SIX is a leading global provider with core competencies in reference and regulatory data. With the presence of a local office, this translate to global coverage in order to provide services for the asset management industry and global financial institutions. SIX aggregates financial information directly and in real time from 1,500 sources around the world and thereby covers all key international stock exchanges. Its database includes data and pricing information for more than 27 million instruments. Furthermore, SIX helps compliance professionals meet the challenge of observing the many global economic sanctions not only by simplifying the process of identifying securities but by keeping clients up-to-date as the political and regulatory situation evolves.
The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU) is a managed service that delivers complete, accurate and timely reference data for use in critical regulatory reporting, trade processing and risk management operations, dramatically simplifying and reducing unnecessary costs for financial institutions.
The RDU acts as a processing agent for its participants selected data sources; sourcing, validating and cross-referencing data using market best practises so that these processes do not need to be duplicated in every financial institution. An experienced global team, who operate under the compliance frameworks of their customers, deliver data that is fit-for-purpose, consistent and in a format that is specific to the financial institutions' needs.
For more information about the SmartStream RDU visit: www.smartstreamrdu.com.
- Data Management Consultancy Services Ltd was founded in 2012 and is dedicated to providing services targeted at Market, Reference and Enterprise Data initiatives within financial institutions and vendors
- DMCS is a practitioner led firm, offering extensive expertise gained from working, at senior levels, at the top financial institutions and vendors
- DMCS is able to provide expertise on Data Strategy, Data Vendor Management Strategy, Cost Optimisation, Operating Models and Data Governance for financial institutions
- For vendors we are able to offer SWOT analysis, acquisition & partnership strategy & execution and can assist with training or user forum presentations.
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Established by the Financial Stability Board in June 2014, the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) is a not-for-profit organization created to support the implementation and use of the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). GLEIF is headquartered in Basel, Switzerland. GLEIF services ensure the operational integrity of the Global LEI System. GLEIF also makes available the technical infrastructure to provide, via an open data license, access to the full global LEI repository free of charge to users. GLEIF is overseen by the LEI Regulatory Oversight Committee, which is made up of representatives of public authorities from across the globe.
The EDM Council is a non-profit global association created to advance Data Management best practices, standards and education. The 200+ global member firms and more than 10,000 professionals of the EDM Council represent its expanding list of industries including financial services, automotive, manufacturing along with data vendors, technology companies, consultants, academia and regulators supporting those industries