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ActiveState comments on SEC proposed use of Python
by Diane Mueller

Diane Mueller, August 3, 2010

US SECActiveState has submitted its comments to the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC's) Proposed Rule on Asset-Backed Securities [Release Nos. 33-9117; 34-61858; File No. S7-08-10].

ActiveState wrote in support of the SEC's proposed use of Python in the preparation of a waterfall computer program in the offering disclosure, and reporting for asset-backed securities.

The full text of the comment letter can be found here (PDF), or read the list of all submitted comment letters at: http://sec.gov/comments/s7-08-10/s70810.shtml.
 

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Diane Mueller is a Cloud Evangelist at ActiveState. She has been designing & implementing financial applications at Fortune 500 corporations for over 20 years. Diane has been actively involved in development efforts of XBRL Open Standard (http://www.xbrl.org) since 1999.

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BNYM has created and published a reference implementation for SEC's proposed modeling requirement, please see: http://portfinsys.com.