Financial Data to Grow Your Businesses
Financial data links together the global financial value chain. It underpins all processes, front-to-back office systems and workflows. What’s more, high-quality financial information can be the competitive advantage that takes businesses to the next level.
For more than 90 years, SIX has provided the financial data and services the industry needs: high-quality data, delivered at the right time, in the right way. From our core reference data on securities, prices, corporate events, tax and regulatory data, to our flagship indices and bespoke benchmarks, SIX offers added-value services that smoothly integrate with your workflows. We free your time and attention to spend on growing your business.
With SIX, you benefit from a unique database of more than 30 million instruments, providing data aggregated directly and in real time from more than 1,800 worldwide sources, already verified, structured, interlinked and enriched.
And we do it the right way, with a tireless focus on quality and innovation. We are embedded in Europe, at the heart of one of the world’s preeminent capital market hubs, and proudly customer-owned and -governed, for the benefit of the entire market.
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Reference & Pricing Data
Find out how you can transform your business by using reference data and pricing data from SIX.
SIX provides financial institutions with all data and services required to be and remain compliant in the more and more complex regulatory environment.
Accurate, accessible and transparent, SIX Indices are trusted by asset, portfolio and wealth managers around the world.
Display and Delivery Capabilities
Institutions use financial data delivery and the display by SIX to seize the opportunities others miss.
Is Your Financial Data Really Safe to Travel?
Data is the fuel for financial markets yet major institutions are at great operational and regulatory risk of acting on stale or incorrect information. Just as your passport is proof of your identity, financial services firms need to understand data lineage. Do we now need a financial “data passport”?