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Increase buy-side market process efficiency and reduce risk with our integration services - DealServices API

The DealServices API integrates our buy-side suite of solutions and third-party systems allowing secure communication of deal terms and execution of fixed income transactions.

Seamlessly integrate between our in-house buy-side suite of solutions and third party systems using our highly secure DealServices API. You can easily consume deal data and allow order placements on our DealMonitor platform, increasing execution efficiency and reducing transactional risk.

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.

Products and Solutions

  • IssueNet

    A unique network of member banks linked by web-based technology that synchronizes deal and order book information between syndicate desks.

  • IssueLaunch

    Our deal terms communication tool ensures that banks and all other parties involved can work together in real time to set up deals and communicate the terms to sales, other banks, and investors in an organized, compliant format.
  • IssueBook

    From origination through marketing to book build, allocation, and settlement: IssueBook streamlines and centralizes book building for the fixed income new issuance process.
  • Japanese Dashboard 2.0

    Centralized, auditable platform for Japanese retention transactions, enabling smooth execution of deal communication.

    Japanese Version

  • InvestorAccess / Buyside Services

    Communication of orders between buyside portfolio managers and traders directly via their OMS provider.
  • DealMonitor

    A web portal for buyside investors to view, interact, order, and receive allocations with new issues available in the market.
  • Primary Indication Management (PIM)

    Communication of orders between buyside portfolio managers and traders directly via DealMonitor.
  • DealServices API

    Consume deal data internally
  • FIX Connectivity

    Order placement via FIX for OMS, EMS, & Proprietary Built Systems
  • ComplianceWorkstation / Audit feed

    Monitoring of primary market activity conducted by traders and portfolio managers.
  • IssuerView

    Direct access for the issuing party of a new transaction, showing a live view of the demand for their offering. (Coming soon)

Experts

Yaacov Mutnikas

He and his team drive the vision and roadmap for IHS Markit’s technology strategy across all product lines. He is also responsible for the firm’s data scientists who are focused on how we can combine our leading data sets with advanced analytics to deliver innovative solutions to customers. Mr. Mutnikas brings more than thirty years of experience from previous roles as senior advisor to the Bank of England, head of risk architecture at the FSA, head of business architecture at Bridgewater and CTO at Algorithmics. He holds both the Master of Science in philosophy of science from Kings College London and Master of Science in finance and investment banking from Reading University, United Kingdom.

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Gilberto Diaz

He partners with internal and external clients and a team of experienced product managers, data scientists and technologists who are at the forefront of innovations in machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud and alternative data.With 20 years' experience in various roles across fintech start-ups, top-tier investment banks, and hedge funds, he has applied quantitative, analytical and technical expertise to drive enterprise-wide transformation initiatives.He holds an MBA in Finance and International Business from Fordham's Gabelli School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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Nehal Kenia

She oversees a global team of technologists and business analysts who develop innovative solutions that address the needs of individuals, from data scientists to research analysts.Ms. Kenia has more than fifteen years' experience in several fields across the financial services industry. She most recently ran a product management team at Bridgewater Associates before joining IHS Markit.She holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Economics from Rutgers University.

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Craig Zolan

Prior to joining IHS Markit, he was Head of Market Data Services at Millennium Management where he was responsible for locating and managing all data acquired by the hedge fund. Prior to Millennium, he spent 12 years at BlackRock in a variety of roles. His most recent role was the Global Head of Index and Data Solutions, responsible for developing BlackRock's index and data strategy as well as managing all data acquired by the asset manager. Earlier in his tenure he led a legal team responsible globally for all vendor contracting. Mr. Zolan earned his J.D. from University of Colorado School of Law, US and holds a B.A. in Government and Business from Skidmore College, US.

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