Manage compliance and operational risk with high quality securities reference data.
Access dynamically updated and detailed information on over 1,300,000 listed and unlisted securities including:
| || |
Easily select securities reference data that really matters to you
Use our powerful search tool to search and select data from over 40 fields including:
| || |
*Registered Trademark of London Stock Exchange
Easily crosscheck data with other providers using Financial Instrument Global Identifiers (FIGI)
- Financial Instrument Global Identifier (FIGI)
- Financial Instrument Global Identifier Composite (FIGI)
- Financial Instrument Ticker (Composite Level) (Ticker + Exchange Code) (FIGI)
- Financial Instrument Ticker (Exchange Level) (Ticker + Exchange Code) (FIGI)
Classify securities by industry sector
Combine securities information with GICS so that you can design and carry out portfolio strategies, evaluate industries and define regional and global trends and above all make informed decisions.
Effortlessly find identifier information
Easily get access to the most recent static information on any traded, coded and defunct securities listed on the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) domestic and international markets.
Resolve securities identification problems cost effectively, generate reports on latest name changes, additions and deletions and keep their portfolios up-to-date.
Data is sourced directly from the London Stock Exchange daily and made available on Codefile (CFW) our online platform.
Point in Time (PIT)
EDI’s Point In time Security Reference File (PIT_SRF) feed enables clients to track, at a listing level, changes to securities coding and other key security reference data-points at any Point In Time.
The PIT records provide a snapshot of these fields on any given date back to January 2005 and each record is Start and End dated making it easy to run queries against single securities, or portfolios.
This latest EDI’s release also includes a Point in Time Event Feed (PIT_EVT) which contains static data events from EDI’s Corporate Actions service, on which the PIT_SRF was built. These static events also indicate the reason why there was a static data change.
Point in Time Feeds:
PIT_SRF – contains the start and end dated time series changes chain at the listing level.
PIT_EVT – contains the WCA static data events on which PIT SRF was built.
These static events also indicate the reason why there was a static data change. Every PIT_SRF record with a past end date will have a minimum of one PIT_EVT record, occasionally having even more than one.