Our award winning corporate actions service gathers information from around the world covering a large and comprehensive database of global securities.
Following nominations for several awards, SIX Financial Information was voted “Best Corporate Actions Data Provider”. “We are delighted to be recognized for this award by the DMR community. I would like to thank all of our customers and partners for their support and recognition of our excellence in the global corporate actions space,” says John McManus, Head of Sales the Americas, UK & Ireland SIX Financial Information.
The annual Data Management Review awards ceremony is organized by A-Team Group. Voting is opened to the global Data Management Review readership, and the results reviewed by A-Team Group and their advisory board to select the winners.
Each voter may choose a winner according to his or her individual criteria. For corporate actions, these criteria would include timeliness, flexible delivery format, breadth of instrument coverage, types of corporate actions and global reach. Over the last few years, SIX Financial Information has won numerous industry awards for excellence in corporate actions, a fact that reflects hard work and a program of continuous improvement.
SIX Financial Information is a leading global provider of data and value-added services for the wealth and asset management industry. Aggregated directly and in real-time from 1500 worldwide sources - covering all the major trading venues - SIX’s database includes reference and market data, corporate actions, regulatory data and pricing information for over 18 million instruments. With offices in 23 countries, SIX combines the advantages of local expertise with global reach to offer financial specialists comprehensive data services for asset servicing and administration, middle office, and investment and portfolio management.
SIX operates Switzerland’s financial market infrastructure and offers on a global scale comprehensive services in the areas of securities trading, clearing and settlement, as well as financial information and payment transactions. The company is owned by its users (approximately 140 banks of various size and orientation) and, with its workforce of more than 4‚000 employees and presence in 25 countries, generated an operating income of 1.8 billion Swiss francs and a Group net profit of CHF 247.2 million in 2014.