Asset Control has released AC SmartFeed, an entry-level feed-handler aimed at providing financial institutions with a quick and low-cost way of implementing a single-feed solution. The system performs all data enrichment, storage and distribution functions, allowing the user firm to link its chosen feed to risk, trading room, asset management and STP/security master applications. AC SmartFeed is initially available for Bloomberg Data License, Reuters DataScope Equities, Telekurs VDF, FT Interactive Data Exbond/Exshare, WM Daten VF1 and ISO 15022 messages. Asset Control expects to add interfaces to Thomson Datastream, Reuters DataScope Fixed Income, S&P CUSIP, Moody’s Ratings Delivery Service and S&P/Telekurs ISIDPlus by the end of the year.
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Asset Control Develops Entry-Level Service for Data Management of Single Feed Set-Ups
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