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Bloomberg Open Symbology for Financial Instruments

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"Bloomberg Open Symbology for Financial Instruments"

An open symbology framework for financial instrument identifiers can automate and accelerate transaction processes while driving out costs and introducing higher levels of transparency for effective risk management. Bloomberg explores open symbology in the securities industry.

Any action or condition that adds friction, opacity and/or cost to transaction processes detracts from the value sought by the principal parties in a trade. Proprietary market identifiers add unnecessary complexity and risk to the trading community. An open symbology framework for financial instrument identifiers can help the entire community of interest eliminate layers of complexity, introduce process transparency and reduce both operational risk and cost. Organizations can redirect resources to optimize efficiency or drive innovation. This podcast describes how open symbology will affect the securities industry.

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