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Financial IT interview
Financial IT Interview: Fees an Expense Management
Expert Webcast
Financial IT talks to Bharat Malesha, EVP Fees and Expense Management, Smartstream about the challenges in Fees and Expense Management and how SmartStream can help financial institutions to decrease their expenses.

Financial IT interview
Financial IT Interview: The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU)
Expert Webcast
Financial IT talks to Peter Moss, CEO, The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU) about the increasing use of utility models to remove the duplication of costs across businesses and to take advantage of best practices for managing reference data.

Financial IT Interview
Financial IT Interview: The Corona Business Unit (CBU)
Expert Webcast
Financial IT talks to Christian Schiebl, EVP Corona Business Uint (CBU), SmartStream about the spacial characteristics of the Corona product set, security, data protection and audit control and the recently signed deal with Raiffeisen Bank.

Waters: Utilitizing Reference Data
Waters: Utilitizing Reference Data
Whitepaper

Can you afford to miss out on an opportunity to share the costs and benefits of managing reference data in a utility? 

That is the question for capital markets firms in 2016, as the financial services industry sees the introduction of a fully operational industry-led reference data utility and early backers prepare to reap the benefits. With support from Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs, SmartStream launched the Reference Data Utility (RDU) in 2015—the offering is designed to deliver data improvements and cost savings to clients by providing a shared service for cleansing, consolidating and normalizing securities data.

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Waters
Lifting the Hood on SmartStream's Reference Data Utility
Expert Webcast
Victor Anderson interviews Peter Moss, the recently appointed CEO of The SmartStream's Reference Data Utility (RDU), about SmartStream's role in the utility and how capital markets firms might benefit by participating in and utilizing the project. The RDU is not a new project by any means, but it is making waves across the capital markets in terms of offering buy-side and sell-side firms with a viable alternative to managing large volumes of reference data in-house, while also helping them to reduce costs by way of technology and head count.

Fintech Sibos 2016
Sibos 2016: Haytham Kaddoura from SmartStream
Expert Webcast
Haytham Kaddoura, CEO SmartStream, speaks to Fintech at Sibos 2016, Geneva.

Live from Sibos
Live from Sibos: Peter Moss speaks with the Global Custodian about the RDU
Expert Webcast
Peter Moss, CEO The SmartStream Refrence Data Utility, speaks with the Global Custodian about The SmartStream Reference Data Utility at Sibos 2016 in Geneva

Finextra Peter Moss
Key for utility is to collaborate
Expert Webcast
Peter Moss, CEO, The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU), speaks about challenges associated with reference data and why the area is suitable for a utility approach.

SmartStream RDU
Share the costs and benefits of managing reference data in a utility
Solution Demonstration

In the wake of the launch and the continuous focus on utility models, knowledge of how a utility could add value to capital markets firms is increasing, with widespread agreement on the fact that moving data to a reference data utility can be effective for reducing risk. In fact, an exclusive Waters Technology survey shows that the majority of users agree on what defines a utility, and utilities are no longer confused with vendors who aggregate data and deliver a reference data feed to clients.

A-Team Group: Business Case for The SmartStream Reference Data Utility
Building the Business Case for Joining the Reference Data Utility
Whitepaper

The benefits of joining a utility for managing reference data are clear: it’s an opportunity to enjoy improved data quality, simplify overly complex data management infrastructures, meet constantly expanding (and changing) regulatory requirements and – significantly – realise significant reductions in operating costs.

This white paper describes the four key business cases that can be addressed by adopting a utility-based approach to reference data management. It also describes common objections and how The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU) business model addresses them. And finally it takes a look at the roles of the decision-makers and influencers and how to work to bring them onboard.

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