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ACOLIN becomes a member of TISA

By Stephan Mayer

ACOLIN has become a member of TISA network and has joined TISA’s Universal Reporting Network (TURN).

The Investing and Saving Alliance’s (TISA) ambition is to bringing the financial services industry together to promote collective engagement, to deliver solutions and to champion innovation for the benefit of the consumers and the industry.

TURN aim is to ease the data reporting requirements of MiFID II and other financial data by applying blockchain for data collection, validation and distribution. TURN will bring, for the asset managers, benefits of significant distribution cost reduction and time to market.

With TISA and TURN becoming a major industry delivery organisation for consumer focused, digital industry infrastructure initiatives our participation will bring ACOLIN closer to these new initiatives which we plan to adopt for the benefit of our clients.

To learn more about TISA and TURN, please visit TISA website


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