SIX operates and develops infrastructure services in the securities and exchanges, payments and financial information business units with the aim of raising efficiency, quality and innovative capacity across the entire value chain of the Swiss financial centre. SIX is owned by its users (127 banks) and, with a workforce of some 4,000 employees and a global presence, it generated operating income in excess of CHF1.9 billion and group net profit of CHF207.2 million in 2017.
In the financial information business unit, SIX is a leading global provider with core competencies in reference and regulatory data. With offices in 23 countries SIX combines the advantages of a local presence with 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.
This survey and whitepaper follows on the heels of last year’s SIX corporate actions whitepaper, Corporate Actions Processing – The Iterative Revolution Already Underway,1 and confirms a number of its key findings, while introducing a number of new themes.
This research report is based on the results of a survey on the future of data and technology across capital markets.
This survey report illustrates how data quality and technology are the keys to delivering improved corporate actions accuracy and transparency, while also significantly reducing latency.
This whitepaper explains how you can transform regulatory compliance from a one-time obligation into an everyday driver of business value.
Data Transformation: Leveraging data quality, traceability and new technology to enable digital transformation.
This white paper dives into how the marketplace views the benefits of digital transformation and is based on a survey among data management professionals from buy and sell side firms in the EU and US.
Data is the fuel for financial markets. Yet major institutions are at great operational and regulatory risk of acting on stale or incorrect information. Just as your passport constitutes a proof of your identity, financial services firms need to understand data lineage. Do you need a financial …
This white paper examines the spectacular development of this new asset. The central questions are: On what data basis will investment decisions be made in the future? In what form will data exist and be used? What infrastructure will underlie it? These issues are discussed and analyzed in the…