RIMES was founded in 1996 to meet the specialist data management needs of investment managers and asset owners. Working with global businesses means building a global presence, and RIMES now provides services in 80 financial centers across 40 countries. Above all, our clients see us as trusted long-term partners – as professionals who can ensure best practice systems and processes, and deliver comprehensive world-class data to any front, middle and back office across the enterprise.
Our clients expect trusted and timely data – and that data must arrive at the desk of every employee ready to use. But achieving a standard view for all data across the entire enterprise is a major challenge. See how firms like yours were able to overcome their data management challenges working with RIMES.
Our Work with Forrester
We collaborate with Forrester Consulting (www.forrester.com), the specialists in business strategy consulting and economic analysis, on regular research projects. Here, we bring two pieces of significant research to you. Through the application of Forrester’s tried and tested research models, whether it’s benchmarking your own data management capabilities against your competitors, or understanding how to quantify and qualify the benefits of a data management service, we are sure you will find the material and interactive tools in our Forrester Resource Center invaluable in the planning of your data management strategy.
Benchmarks Regulation Resource Centre
The European Union has started to enforce its Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) on January 1, 2018 in order to regulate the provision of, contribution to and use of a wide set of benchmarks. The BMR imposes new requirements on firms that provide, contribute to or use a wide range of interest rate, currency, securities, commodity and other indices and reference prices. Authorities can impose financial and/or non-financial penalties for Financial Benchmarks Regulation infringement including cease and desist orders. Read more about the new Benchmarks Regulation and find out how RIMES can help.
Market Abuse Regulation Resource Centre
The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) came into effect on July 3, 2016. It aims to increase market integrity and investor protection, enhancing the attractiveness of securities markets for capital raising. MAR strengthens the previous market abuse framework by extending its scope to new markets, new platforms and new behaviours. It contains prohibitions of insider dealing, unlawful disclosure of inside information and market manipulation, and provisions to prevent and detect these. Read more about the Market Abuse Regulation and find out how RIMES can help.