JP Morgan Chase streamlines reference data

TECHNOLOGY

NEW YORK -- US-based investment bank JP Morgan Chase said in July it had developed an application to streamline asset-indicative data -- a composite of descriptive information that uniquely identifies a security and how it will operate over time.

The Global Market Reference Data (GMRD) application supports 4.5 million securities and actively maintains 1.2 million. JP Morgan Chase also said it would increase data quality by applying more than 900 business rules to ensure the data meets client

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