Common domain model needs infrastructure push, says Barclays

Bank wants market infrastructures to drive adoption of Isda CDM

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Exchanges and clearing houses should take a lead role in delivering the International Swaps and Derivatives Association’s data standardisation project to the market, according to a new paper from Barclays.

Isda’s common domain model (CDM) has seen patchy take-up among banks and financial market infrastructures (FMI) since it was conceived in 2017. Some banks are said to be having trouble making a case internally for a project that promises to produce savings of up to $3 billion a year on post

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