Principia Partners has integrated credit derivatives data from Markit Group into its product offering. The deal means that Markit’s credit default swap data will be incorporated into Principia’s automated credit derivatives trading and operations platform. Markit provides daily credit default swap composite and contributor level data on over 2,600 individual entities and tiers of debt. “Integration with Markit’s data enables us to deliver a more robust, turnkey credit derivatives platform to a wider user base, helping us to provide a comprehensive solution to users who require third-party contributed data sources,” states Dr Douglas Long, product marketing director at Principia Partners. Principia serves a wide range of customers in the insurance, fund management, banking and structured finance markets with its trade lifecycle management solutions for a broad host of financial instruments, ranging from vanilla to highly structured.
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