Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
Reference Data is any type of data related to financial transactions that does not change in realtime, including identifier information, pricing data, issuing company (of a security), and outstanding corporate actions (related to an instrument). It is used to reduce counter-party risk as well as to facilitate brokerage account setup. This reference data is collected from various sources including submitted financial statements, 3rd party vendors, market feeds, post-trade reporting, as well as investment publications.
Reference Data, Master Data
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