S&P Global Market Intelligence
At S&P Global Market Intelligence, we understand the importance of accurate, deep, and insightful information. We integrate financial and industry data, research, and news into tools that help track performance, generate alpha, identify investment ideas, perform valuations and assess credit risk. Investment professionals, government agencies, corporations, and universities around the world use this essential intelligence to make business and financial decisions with conviction. Global Regulatory Reporting Solutions provides regulatory reporting, best execution analysis, and business intelligence solutions that meet the fast-evolving needs of the largest and most complex financial and non-financial institutions. Our cloud-based, cross-regulation software-as-a-service platform fully automates the reporting process and provides a comprehensive view on a single, intuitive dashboard for reporting regimes such as Emir, Mifid, SFTR, FinfraG, SEC, CFTC, Canadian reporting, ASIC, MAS, JFSA, and others.
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Smarter data: steering a course in volatile markets
This Risk.net paper outlines the challenges facing asset managers in this macro environment and how to overcome them through high-quality data and cutting-edge analytical tools that uncover alpha and hedge risk intelligently.
ESG: the new risk factor in your portfolio
This white paper charts the progress made in this endeavour and reveals how risk officers, managers and quants at leading buy-side firms are experimenting with ESG as an ‘alpha enhancement’ to day-to-day risk management, to stay ahead of the pack and boost profit-and-loss margins.
EDM client case study: Glenmede
Glenmede, a Philadelphia-headquartered investment and wealth management firm with $40.2bn in assets under management (as of 9/8/22), uses our cloud-based EDM managed service to produce curated gold copy data that supports its order management system and other downstream applications.
The Emir Refit Playbook
The upcoming Emir Refit regulation, set to enter the European Union’s statute books in the first half of 2024, is different in substance to the regulations preceding it, although the implications of complying with it are similar: firms will need to understand the required adjustments to their…