Anna issues RFP for derivatives bureau provider
01 November 2016 | 2464 views | 0
The Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA) today announced the official launch of its search for the Service Provision Provider of the Derivatives Service Bureau which is to provide ISINs for OTC derivatives.
A request for proposal has been released.
The development of the criteria for this role and the selection of the provider is being overseen by BearingPoint, the management and technology consultancy that serves as trusted advisor to ANNA in development and oversight of start-up activities and business strategies and practices.
In brief, the Service Provision Provider will provide distributed server and cloud services with an emphasis on resiliency, security and non-stop uptime in hosting the Derivatives Service Bureau platform and archive, as well as facilitating messaging communications.
"The Service Provision Provider is the last piece of the technical structure of the DSB," said Sassan Danesh, partner in Etrading Services, the technical partner to ANNA and management services provider of the Derivatives Service Bureau. "Upon the engagement of this partner, the DSB will have the capacity for scalable, global service in provision of ISINs to the OTC derivatives markets for regulatory reporting and business operations."
The request for proposal document may be obtained by contacting Regina Wist from BearingPoint at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"As a management consulting partner of ANNA, we are supporting the RfP process to select a service provision provider (SPP) that covers the needs of the DSB. We are looking forward to receiving proposals from all qualified SPP candidates that meet the requirements laid out in the RfP," said Gabriele Höhler, partner at BearingPoint.