A Case of Mistaken Identity: Is There Strength in Numbers?

Author(s):
Dayle Scher
Date:
April 26, 2018
Research Type:
Market Note
Executive Summary

One year ago, TABB Group conducted a study to estimate the operational pain across the capital markets caused by inaccurate or insufficient financial instrument identification, as well as the benefits an open symbology can enable (see TABB Group’s report, “One year ago, TABB Group conducted a study to estimate the operational pain across the capital markets caused by inaccurate or insufficient financial instrument identification, as well as the benefits an open symbology can enable (see TABB Group’s report, “Building a Framework for Innovation and Interoperability: Preparation Meets Opportunity”).  One year on, TABB sought to detect and benchmark any changes since then in the pain experienced, or in firms’ attitudes toward the adoption of an open symbology framework, by reaching out to over 150 data professionals across the globe.

Areas of Interest
  • FinTech
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