Achieving consensus

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Keeping consistent, accurate and up-to-date data on their derivatives counterparties has proven remarkably difficult for financial institutions. Until recently, banks have tackled this problem in their own way, creating internal databases of business entity information that they refer to in trading, settlement and other contexts. However, a number of factors are converging to force institutions to review their approach. Changing regulations, tighter controls on costs and an increased perception

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