State Street and LSEG Expand Relationship
State Street Corporation and London Stock Exchange Group announced their agreement to extend their relationship. Building on their longstanding relationship, the agreement includes a wide range of capabilities to support State Street across its business, enhancing its offerings to clients.
State Street and London Stock Exchange announced an agreement to extend their relationship. Clients can now access @LSEGplc market pricing, symbology, and time series data from Refinitiv in the Charles River IMS and the #StateStreetAlpha Platform. https://t.co/uyNVz2AxpO pic.twitter.com/rNkcQcI2pl
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“State Street has been a valued client of both FTSE Russell and Refinitiv for many years and we are excited to extend our collaboration,” said Andrea Remyn Stone, Group Head, Data & Analytics, LSEG. “We look forward to continuing to work with State Street as a key strategic partner, providing our broad range of global, multi-asset class solutions to help enhance its services.”
“LSEG brings together a broad range of data, indexes and analytical services,” said John Plansky, executive vice president and head of State Street Alpha. “Nearly every part of our business has been using services provided by LSEG for many years and we look forward to continuing to innovate together to serve State Street’s clients.”
As an example of the new collaboration, clients can now access market pricing, symbology, and time series data from Refinitiv in the Charles River Investment Management Solution and the State Street AlphaSM Data Platform to better inform their investment and risk decisions. Importantly, the collaboration demonstrates the benefits of open architecture and interoperability that distinguishes the Alpha platform.
Charles River clients who subscribe to the service from Refinitiv will benefit from streamlined access to real-time equity, fixed income, and derivative market data alongside existing reference data they currently enjoy.
Source: State Street
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