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BISS Research Grants Information Mosaic’s Cama 2008 CA Accreditation

BISS Research has bestowed its 2008 CA Accreditation on Information Mosaic’s Cama corporate actions system in all three market sectors of asset manager, broker-dealer and custodian.

Gary Wright, CEO of BISS Research, explains: “The benchmarking has highlighted value added features of Cama and other services provided by Information Mosaic, which are described in this years report. Information Mosaic is continuing to push the boundaries to bring new levels of efficiency in corporate actions with effective use of state of the art technology and an outstanding professional team of developers.”

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