Combining legal entity data, data governance and process automation, Xoriant CDi offers financial firms a trustworthy solution to resolve their most acute data challenges and realize their biggest data opportunities.
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Putting Data-as-a-Service Solutions into Action
Hear from industry experts on some of the use cases for Data-as-a-Service and what type of projects are best for Data-as-as-Service solutions. Plus, watch a demo of Data-as-a-Service in action.
LEI Data Integrity Made Easi(er) For MiFID II and Beyond
Learn what the “biggest regulatory shake-up in a decade” means for you, how your peers are preparing for MiFID II compliance, and how you can improve your LEI data integrity, lower cost and reduce risk.
CDi OnDemand Data-as-a-Service
Learn how Xoriant CDi OnDemand helps companies extend their data environment by providing Data-as-a-Service.
- “Xoriant CDi’s open platform and customizable workflows were ideal for our unique needs. Xoriant CDi created a Master Data Directory to centralize and standardize global reference and personnel data and to enable effective synchronization of financial information across key business applications.”Head of Basel Projects, Large U.S. Bank
- “Xoriant CDi continues to be a true solutions provider to my firm. As a partner they never lose sight of critical data elements as the project rolls into steady state.”Chief Data Governance Officer, Financial Services Firm
Our Latest Blogs
Smart Way of Banking – Open Banking
Open Banking is a trending, brand new and secured way for consumers to indulge in their banking activities. It gives consumer more options to control of their money, financial information and transactions.
Data Management Capability Assessment Model (DCAM)
To ensure and measure the capability of data, The Data Management Capability Assessment Model (DCAM) came as a helping tool. It is the industrial standard set by EDM Council to Frame the best practice for the Data management experts.
LIBOR Replacement by 2021
The London interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is an index that measures the interest rates at which banks borrow from one another. It based on daily submissions of estimated borrowing rates by a panel of leading global banks.