Managing Financial Information in the Trade Lifecycle

Managing Financial Information in the Trade Lifecycle

A Concise Atlas of Financial Instruments and Processes

1st Edition - May 2, 2008

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  • Author: Martijn Groot
  • eBook ISBN: 9780080559933
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9780123742896

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Description

Information is the oxygen supply of the financial markets. Financial information, or data, is so important that companies such as Barclays and Citigroup now have executive positions of Chief Data Officer or Head of Data Acquisition. This book, by a long-time industry insider at one of the leading data management vendors, discusses the present and future of financial data management by focusing on the lifecycle of the financial instruments (stocks, bonds, options, derivatives) that generate and require data to keep the markets moving. This book is a concise reference manual of the financial information supply chain and how to maximize effectiveness and minimize cost.

Key Features

*First book fully dedicated to financial information supply chain and how to manage it effectively
*Addresses hot topics that readers need to know: regulatory reporting regulations, data pooling, hubs, and data exchanges
*Draws from actual lessons learned and presents many real-life scenarios of the business

Readership

Financial Operations and Information Executives in banks and investment houses, such as CIO, Head of Operations, Head of Market Data, Market Data Manager/Director

Table of Contents

  • 1. The changing financial services landscape
    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Historical perspective and current industry landscape
    1.3 The instrument lifecycle
    1.4 The transaction lifecycle
    1.5 The information supply chain
    1.6 Flow and bespoke business models
    1.7 The typical information architecture
    1.8 Consequences and costs
    1.9 Conclusion

    2. The instrument lifecycle: the life and times of financial instruments.
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Enter the protagonist: the financial instrument
    2.3 Types of financial products
    2.4 Financial markets
    2.5 A birth of a financial instrument – the process
    2.6 Describing a financial instrument
    2.7 Active life of financial instruments – corporate actions
    2.8 Dependencies between instruments
    2.9 Ups and downs throughout an instrument’s life.
    2.10 The demise of a financial instrument
    2.11 Conclusions


    3. The information supply chain: overview of the financial content market
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Overview of the content market and its changing dynamics
    3.3 Who are the data sellers?
    3.4 The Information Supply Chain
    3.5 Different types of content
    3.6 Licensing and contract management.
    3.7 Sourcing and dissemination information internally: technical perspective
    3.8 Conclusions

    4 Information needs in the transaction lifecycle
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 The information manufacturing business: basic versus derived data
    4.3 The transaction Lifecycle
    4.4 Processes under scrutiny: regulation and audit
    4.5 Use cases
    4.6 Conclusions

    5. Tying it together: metrics and criteria for success in infrastructure
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 The information entropy situation
    5.3 Aspects of information quality
    5.3 The content manufacturing process
    5.4 The wholesale versus the retail transaction model
    5.5 Quality metrics: information management KPIs and their SLA context
    5.6 Wholesale versus retail: what constitutes success in process and content management?
    5.7 Conclusion

    6. Conclusion

Product details

  • No. of pages: 288
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2008
  • Published: May 2, 2008
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9780080559933
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9780123742896

About the Author

Martijn Groot

Martijn Groot is VP Product Management at Asset Control, a market leading provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions to buy- and sell-side firms and market infrastructure companies around the globe. Martijn has worked in product management, consulting and technology roles focused on enterprise software, financial data analytics and content services at firms such as ABN AMRO, Euroclear and IGATE. Martijn holds an MBA from INSEAD, a MSc in Mathematics from VU University, Amsterdam and is a certified Financial Risk Manager from the Global Association of Risk Professionals.

Affiliations and Expertise

Product Marketing Director, Asset Control, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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