Exchange Data International (EDI) and CTD Indices (CTDI), a leading provider of AI-driven financial indices, have joined forces to offer exclusive indices for the global financial services industry.
EDI, formerly known as Exchange Data International, has been a trusted partner to the global financial community since 1994. They specialize in providing high-quality securities reference data, corporate actions, end-of-day pricing, and economic data services. With their comprehensive reference data solutions, you can eliminate manual data entry errors and gain fast access to accurate and affordable reference data services. EDI’s strong relationships with software and data partners ensure that their reference data remains up-to-date.
EDI’s coverage extends to major markets worldwide, with a particular focus on North American markets, including the United States and Canada. When you choose reference data from EDI, you can expect a global data vendor with a cost-effective pricing structure, fully customized data sets tailored to your exact needs, and flexible enterprise data licensing options. They are committed to providing quality reference data solutions and have earned ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications, internationally recognized symbols of quality.
Jonathan Bloch, EDI CEO, expressed his enthusiasm for this partnership, stating, “EDI is thrilled to offer these specialized indices, especially as China’s role in the global capital markets expands. Despite political tensions with the USA and its allies, China’s economy is poised to assume a more significant position in the world economy, and these indices provide a means for investment benchmarking.”
Paul Hsu, CTDI CEO, shared, “CTDI is enthusiastic about collaborating with EDI to provide deeper insights into the Chinese economy. Given China’s status as the world’s second-largest economy, its importance in global trade remains significant, even in the face of current geopolitical challenges. Our indices facilitate the tracking of China’s ongoing economic developments for investors and analysts.”