Source: Asset Control
Asset Control, the leading provider of financial data management solutions and services, announces the launch of its interfaces for S&P Capital IQ’s Xpressfeed, and Moody’s reworked ratings product, Moody’s RDS v2.0.
The interfaces automatically incorporate these new products into Asset Control’s industry-leading enterprise data management platform, supporting financial institutions in optimising their information supply chain and making integrated, cleansed data accessible to business users.
S&P Capital IQ’s Xpressfeed, a data feed management solution, is Asset Control’s new interface for loading Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services credit ratings data. The feed has replaced S&P Capital IQ’s RatingsXpress product for the delivery of Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services; credit ratings on more than 9,000 global issuers, 600 sovereigns and 18,000 structured finance transactions, as well as 1 million-plus securities.
Asset Control’s Moody’s RDS interface supports the new version 2.0 of Moody’s RDS product suite. This solution enables financial institutions to automatically feed ratings and ratings related information into their systems. The Asset Control interface covers current Moody’s rating information on corporates, financial institutions, sovereigns, structured finance organisations and instruments, as well as US public finance organisations, instrument and sale-level Moody’s rating information. Data is available on a daily (twice a day), delta (every 5 minutes) or historical basis.
Martijn Groot, VP Product Strategy at Asset Control, comments:
“Asset Control is committed to helping financial institutions achieve a single, transparent and flexible source of all information, with infrastructure and processes that deliver the right data to the right people as quickly as possible.”
“Our investment in these new interfaces is testament to our commitment to provide clients with comprehensive data sourcing, integration and quality-vetting solutions that make our customers’ business processes more efficient and address risk data aggregation requirements stemming from new regulation.”
Both products went live on 1st May 2015.
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