Financial data users have been frustrated for years by the restrictions legacy data providers have put in their contracts to prohibit the sharing of data within an organization. The advent of cloud computing and remote working have exasperated the situation even more. It is unrealistic for data providers to expect all of the end-users of
About Tom MyersTom Myers is the founder of Data In Harmony (DIH), a data consultant and provider. DIH help firms find the data they need, validate & clean data, integrate data, and monetize their data. DIH also provides a wide variety of financial and alternative data, as well as data engineering tools.
Data In Harmony (DIH) recently expanded its Investment Funds data offering to include NAVs, reference data, and corporate actions for Unit Trusts and Open-Ended Investment Companies (OEIC) in the United Kingdom and Open-Ended Funds in Ireland. Adding to its USA Mutual Funds and global Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) data, DIH has added NAVs, reference data, and
Are you paying 5X more than your competitors (with your AUM) for the same exact data? Mike Carrodus and his colleagues at Substantive Research investigated what buy-side firms pay for the same market data. Their “apples-to-apples” comparisons reveal legacy data providers charge widely different rates for the same data. These pricing inconsistencies are often enormous.
Having timely, complete, and accurate municipal bond data is critical for many essential functions in the life cycle of investing in municipal bonds: trade execution risk management pre-trade analytics post-trade valuation and reporting regulatory compliance If you don’t have accurate data, and don’t quickly identify your data’s shortcomings, can cause a lot of pain for
Cryptocurrencies, despite their volatility, have become commonplace in the portfolios of both retail and institutional investors. More and more securities have crypto holdings. But do you fully understand how much exposure you really have to crypto? DIH now offers data that links securities worldwide with their crypto holdings. The data covers exchange-traded products, mutual funds,
Ever wonder what keeps your competition up at night? If you work on the buy-side and are either responsible for onboarding/processing data or are an end-user of data, you may like to know misery loves company. Let me explain… A recent survey of hundreds of buy-side firms around the world found 80% of firms: Plan
DIH Expands Its Level 3 Depth of Book Data Metrics to Help Firms Better Understand the Full Market Microstructure Liquidity Picture
DIH has expanded its Level 3 depth of book data offering to include more than 280 metrics you can receive via bulk file download or API. These metrics are based on every individual order from over 45 exchanges and trading venues — including up to five years of history — and cover global equities, ETFs
WBR Insights recently published a survey of buy-side firms, and these takeaways caught my eye: 74% of respondents say they use Level 3 order book data in their research program Of the respondents not using Level 3 order book data — nearly 75% said the main reason was due to their current vendors not providing
The CME has been accused of misusing its power, after the exchange announced plans to start charging fees for data that had been free — including data that is in the public domain and for which they don’t own the copyright. In addition, the CME wants to require redistributors to turn over details about their
BMLL Data Lab and Data Feed now available to US capital markets participants via DIH London, Austin, TX (Nov. 12, 2020) — BMLL, the award-winning data and analytics provider, today announced a collaboration with Data In Harmony (DIH), a data provider and data consultancy covering global financial markets, to make BMLL’s Data Lab and Data