TARGET MARKET DEFINITION ACCORDING TO MIFID II IN THE GRAND CENTRAL BROWSER.
To determine target markets – in accordance with the requirements of MiFID II – WM Datenservice offers a comprehensive range of products, such as GAT, MiR and MIR 2 as well as MIR 2C. To ensure that this information does not have to be tedious and time-consuming, Intalus puts it together in the Grand Central Browser. Individually on customer request and for every application, for example as information for the distribution of financial instruments. All data can also be accessed via a web service. LEARN MORE.
NEW IN THE PORTFOLIO: GRAND CENTRAL REPORT SERVICE.
New in the product portfolio: The Grand Central Report Service – The solution for your regulatory reporting. LEARN MORE.
WATCHLIST FUNCTION IN THE BROWSER FOR MORE EFFICIENCY.
Rather that always searching and filtering the entire data universe in the Grand Central Browser, individual watchlists can now be created. For example, using ISINs from the dataset of all financial instruments or only WKNs from selected classes of securities. Searching and filtering of the data is thus faster and easier. Watchlists can be easily created by copy & paste. In addition, it can be determined who has the right to create watchlists. LEARN MORE.
GRAND CENTRAL SUPPORTS EDDY. HIGHER DELIVERY FREQUENCY, PRIOR ACCESS.
The amount of WM data is increasing exponentially from year to year. With the full support of WM’s EDDY data stream, Grand Central can help to reduce issues involving data bloat. Data is ordered and delivered in the VF1 format. The advantages are obvious: VF1 data provide additional text fields to uGAT. In addition, the delivery frequency is higher (up to 7 data deliveries daily).
SYNTHETIC FIELDS AS REQUIRED - WITH THE GRAND CENTRAL EDITOR.
With the Grand Central Editor, you extend the scope of your with (fields and values) that are not supplied by the data provider. In addition, new synthetic fields can be created from the values of existing fields according to individual rules. For example, a field that results in a plausibility check in Grand Central or a field with payment dates calculated from interest rates. Furthermore, synthetic fields can be used for values from other data sources – for example, for values from Bloomberg or an SAP system. The advantage is obvious: you can define individual fields and thus further optimize your workflow. All financial instruments can be displayed in the Grand Central Browser – whether the data is supplied by WM, created manually or calculated algorithmically. LEARN MORE.
GRAND CENTRAL SUPPORTS BLOOMBERG. NOW ALSO WITH SFTP DOWNLOAD.
Most of our clients use WM data or processing of financial instruments. Bloomberg reference data (Bloomberg Data License) can be used to extend the data coverage and can be transferred to other systems via interfaces. The order-related data order at Bloomberg, which used to be made via FTP, will now be handled via an encrypted connection (SFTP).