APIs for Deal Terms and Conditions
Connectivity into existing systems and processes allows buy-side market participants to increase efficiency and reduce risk. DealServices API and our integration services allow our systems to communicate with existing in-house buy-side solutions and third-party systems.
Caption: DealServices API allows seamless integration between our buy-side suite of solutions with third-party systems for secure consumption of deal terms and data.
Technical Implementation Overview
The DealMonitor returns terms and conditions data and Publisher messages for investment grade fixed income deals. Queries on DealMonitor return collections of Deal entities. The Deal entity has a Dealld and a DealVersionld, with DealVersionld representing the unique constraint.
Queries on a Dealld can return one or many DealVersionlds, allowing a consumer of the API to reconstruct all terms and messages received through the lifecycle of a given transaction.
A boolean filter parameter "PublisherBestDealVersion" is exposed to facilitate quick access to the best available and most recent terms and conditions as distributed by a Publisher.
The DealMonitor service returns a trailing 2-week date range of DealVersionDates as a proxy for active deals in the market. DealVersionDate behaves similarly to a last modify.
Query parameters for DealVersionDate are exposed for polling, with examples provided below. DealMonitor payload is configurable for XML or JSON response. The service is authenticated with HTTP Basic, Oauth, or SAML, and supports both REST or SOAP-based access.