CUSIP to Integrate with Ipreo New-Issue Solutions
March 24, 2015
Ipreo, a premier global provider of market intelligence and productivity solutions to financial services and corporate professionals, and CUSIP Global Services (CGS), a leading provider of unique security and entity identifiers, announced the signing of an agreement whereby Ipreo's new-issuance systems will serve as a global, cross-asset class point of origination for CUSIP and ISIN requests on primary new-issue transactions.
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Association of National Numbering Agencies Enhances ISIN Database
December 9, 2014
The Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA) has announced enhancements to its ANNA Service Bureau database (ASB) to improve transparency in global markets. Implemented by CUSIP Global Services and SIX Financial Information, who operate the ASB on behalf of the ANNA membership, the new enhancements include the addition of a number of new standardized data fields that will provide deeper entity and security-level detail to market participants.
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CUSIP Global Services Marks Anniversary of JOBS Act with Fee-Waived CUSIP IDs for Crowdfunded Offerings
September 23, 2014
CUSIP Global Services (CGS), a leading provider of unique security and entity identifiers and descriptive data that enable efficient global trading, today announced a one-month open enrollment period for CUSIP registrations on all new privately placed, or "crowdfunded," offerings.
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CUSIP Request Volume Projects Surge in New Corporate and Municipal Bond Issuance
CUSIP Global Services (CGS) today announced the release of its CUSIP Issuance Trends Report for April 2015. The report, which tracks the issuance of new security identifiers as an early indicator of debt and capital markets activity, suggests a notable increase in corporate and municipal debt issuance over the next several weeks.
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Requests for New Municipal Bond Identifiers Increase at Fastest Rate Since 2012
May 14, 2015
"As long as the Fed continues to keep rates low, bond issuers in particular are going to take advantage of what might be the last hurrah to get into the markets at such low rates," said Richard Peterson, Senior Director of Global Markets Intelligence, S&P Capital IQ. "While the CUSIP indicator is still telling us that the pace of new issuance will not slow down anytime soon, it will be very interesting to watch for signs of a change in sentiment as the macroeconomic situation evolves." Read Press Release »