Our data, risk assessments and analytics on global capital markets and financial counterparties help facilitate effective compliance and risk management. Banks, funds and financial institutions use Thomas Murray's products and services to supplement their internal resources, meet regulatory obligations and reduce costs.
Data, Monitoring & Analytics
We capture and process intra-day data on thousands of entities, including banks, financial market infrastructures and capital markets. Our clients include over 75 banks, funds and financial market infrastructures; they require data, risk assessments and ongoing monitoring of their markets and counterparties to support compliance and risk mitigation.
Thomas Murray also offers bespoke advisory and benchmarking.
Thomas Murray provides tailored support to clients exposed to European fund regulation such as AIFMD and UCITS V. Over 40 depositary banks use our products and services to monitor transfer agents and other post-trade entities, mitigating their counterparty risk exposure and that of their underlying clients. In addition, our industry-leading technology applications provide a platform for effective counterparty monitoring to banks and management companies.
Thomas Murray provides technology to over 45 major financial institutions. Our clients use our applications to adopt a data-driven approach to understanding and monitoring of their service providers, clients and other counterparties. Our technology products expand clients’ capabilities and reduce operational frictions, delivering transparency, rigour and efficiency to critical information management and risk assessment activities.
Comprehensive Global Coverage:
103Cash and Treasury Markets
91Capital Market Infrastructure Risk Assessments
142Central Securities Depositories
800+Sub-Custodian and Correspondent Banks
Latest Market Newsflashes
07.04.2020 – Stock Exchanges Trading Hours on 9 April 2020 Chile
07.04.2020 – Ministry of Interior Announces 24 Hour Curfew Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia (Edaa)
07.04.2020 – BIST Introduce Two New Indices Turkey
07.04.2020 – ESMA Guidelines on Standardised Procedures and Messaging Protocols under CSDR Global
07.04.2020 – CNV Publishes Regulation on Remote Voting Argentina
07.04.2020 – BoI Reduces Benchmark Interest Rate and Amends Eligible Repo Collateral Israel
07.04.2020 – MSM Revises Trading Hours - Update Oman
07.04.2020 – CDCL Activates BCP Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe (CDCL)
07.04.2020 – Government Extends Obligatory Quarantine – Update Colombia
07.04.2020 – Delay in Receipt of Share Certificates for Physical Securities Namibia, Namibia (Bank of Namibia)
An update on the steps that Thomas Murray has taken in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus:
Thomas Murray suspended business travel and meetings with international visitors effective from Monday 9th March. Our ongoing monitoring programmes continue using video and telephone conference facilities. Meetings with international visitors or with large groups of people were stopped.
Our full Business Continuity Plan came into force from Monday 16th March. All staff are equipped to work remotely over VPN using Thomas Murray computers with no compromise to IT security or communications. Our office and production IT environments are fully remotely operable, and we are prepared to switch either or both to our Disaster Recovery environment should there be any disruption to access.
We trust that our clients will be reassured that we will maintain our service without interruption or degradation. We will keep you updated as necessary through further developments.