IHS Markit targets reg burden with best execution service

IHS Markit has enhanced its derivatives analytics to handle rising demand for more precise and transparent information on over-the-counter (OTC) valuations.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 04 Mar 2019

The financial information and data provider said it was beefing up its valuation offering for OTC derivatives to support best-execution requirements. The data enables firms to monitor intraday and historic transaction costs across interest rates, equity, FX, credit, commodity and structured product OTC derivatives.

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