Abbey Financial Markets has extended its use of Asset Control’s data management platform to manage corporate actions data. Abbey chose to source its corporate actions data, alongside pricing and reference data, from Telekurs Financial’s Valordata Feed (VDF). This feed was integrated into the Asset Control platform at Abbey using AC Plus’s existing feedhandler for VDF. This is the first phase of the “AC corporate action data feed project”, and part of a broader expansion plan for use of the Asset Control platform, according to Bruce Angus, head of IT services management at Abbey.
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Abbey Extends Use of Asset Control for Telekurs’ Corporate Actions
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