A wide variety of financial institutions, including many custodian banks, are obliged to report to their clients on developments in local capital markets, including infrastructural changes such as the provision of new services by a central securities depository (CSD). Because Thomas Murray collects detailed information about local capital markets for its risk management and monitoring services, the firm is also able to make it available to clients on a “white label” basis. A number of institutions now purchase data from Thomas Murray, which they marry with proprietary data and re-brand before passing it on to their own clients. The firm offers convenient, web-based access to its information, enabling clients to download it in a convenient format for processing and distribution in their own systems.
- A cost effective way for banks to collect and distribute data and information to their clients
- Provides banks with a managed distribution solution under their "own brand"
- Thomas Murray's distribution platform is fully re-brandable and integrates with a bank's own website
- The distribution platform is a web-based content management system designed for the storage and distribution of data ultimately stored in a geographical hierarchy.
For Participants in Capital markets (investors, broker dealers, asset managers, regulators, stock exchanges etc.)
- Highlights opportunities to enhance asset safety
- Customised daily news flashes and alerts about developments in global capital markets
- Provides market analyses and facilitates the identification and management of post trade risks
- Provides market analyses
- Facilitates the identification and management of post trade risks
ABN AMRO, African Development Fund, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Banque Syz, Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas, CACEIS, Credit Suisse, Danske Bank, DnB NOR, Eurobank, Fidelity Investments, HSBC, ING, Itaú, KBC Securities, Mizuho, NewEdge, Nomura, Northern Trust, Pictet, RBC Dexia, Renaissance, SEB, Societe Generale, Standard Bank, Standard Chartered, The Bank of New York Mellon, UBS, WestLB.