August 12, 2011 – New regulations in the U.S. and Europe for many swaps contracts to be electronically traded and centrally cleared will require financial firms to shore up their management of data, particularly in the front-office, according to a new report from TABB Group.

The creation of swaps exchange facilities, central clearinghouses for interest-rate, credit-default and other swaps are being imposed by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation. This will drive demand for better management of data

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