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Sanctioned Securities Monitoring Service

Data Feed by SIX

Added to Marketplace for Purchase: Sep. 30, 2019

Highlights
  • Reduce costly, complex and resource-intensive data processing with automatic daily updates that provide a consistent and comprehensive overview of the sanctions landscape.
  • Transact with confidence with human-readable files that act as guides through today’s rapidly-changing environment.
  • Gain the edge and agility to react quickly to changes in the sanctions landscape.
Feed Coverage
Region CountTypeStart Date
Issuers 4,980Entities2014
Instrument - Equity 1,660Securities2014
Instrument - Debt 3,120Securities2014
Instrument - Other 360Securities2014
Structured Products 13,790Securities2014
Options 1,150Securities2014
Feed Details
SIX’s Sanctioned Securities Monitoring Service (SSMS) datafeed provides an easy-to-digest daily list of issuers and securities linked to the domiciles, companies and individuals sanctioned by the UN, EU, US OFAC, UK, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, Singapore and the Hong Kong Sanctions Regime. The list eliminates the need to source, scrub and map data while minimizing the risk of large fines and reputational damage, all supported by award-winning reference data. As the global landscape evolves, SIX continues to innovate its SSMS offering to ensure that market participants are able to adjust seamlessly to new rules, reduce costs and focus on value-add business activities.
Firm Information
SIX has been supporting global institutions through its financial infrastructure services for over 80 years. Uniquely positioned at the center of a complex data ecosystem, SIX provides reference and pricing data of high quality, accuracy and consistency. Clients are empowered to handle the growing volume and complexity of their environment, with automation of front and back office operations and a securities database that, like the data ecosystem itself, is always expanding and updating.