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…As Industry Protagonists Debate Issues

Industry participants last month debated issues surrounding standardization of corporate actions data at an STP event in London. The debate focused on how to get issuers to adopt the ISO 15022 standard format for corporate actions messages. Among the participants were representatives of Swift, the London Stock Exchange and RDUG.

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