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Cross-Reference Services

Create a clearer picture of concentration, market exposure, and risk by tapping into our extensive linking capabilities for securities, issuers, and entities. We provide extensive global data solutions that span asset classes and markets.

Overview

Business Entity Cross Reference Service (BECRS)

Efficiently access a cross reference system for entities, companies, and issuers to help improve operational efficiencies, mitigate risks, assist with client on-boarding, and manage investment restriction guidelines. S&P Global Market Intelligence's Business Entity Cross Reference Service links the standardized and proprietary IDs for over two million entities to the primary key--S&P Global Market Intelligence Company ID.

Industry Sector Cross Reference Services (ISCRS)

S&P Global Market Intelligence's Industry Sector Cross Reference Services provides extensive industry sector classifications linked at the company level. Industry classifications available include GICS®, ICB Sector Classification (ICB), Industry Classification, ETF Style Classification, S&P Global Ratings, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC), North American Industry Classification System (NAIC), Nomenclature générale des activités économiques dans L`Union Européenne (NACE), and Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZIC). 

Global Instruments Cross Reference Services (GICRS)

Global Instruments Cross Reference Services enables clients to identify securities across international borders, helping to mitigate risk in global trading and processing. GICRS is a deep database of global security identifiers cross-referencing almost three million issues from over 200 exchanges. The global securities database covers most types of equity and debt instruments including securities such as Mutual Funds and Unit Investment Trusts, Bonds, Indices, and Floating Rate Notes. GICRS aims at minimizing the workflow impact on back-office systems and operations, while facilitating cross-border communications.

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