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CheckFree Interfaces eVent to Telekurs’ VDF…

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CheckFree Software has developed an interface to Telekurs Financial’s Valordata Feed (VDF) in ISO 15022 format for its eVent corporate actions application. The interface will plug Telekurs’ ISO 15022 corporate actions data into its workflow technology to help end-to-end automation and straight through processing. Says Beat Koch, chief executive officer of Telekurs (U.K.), “Several clients are implementing this new (ISO 15022) format to automate compliance and cross-checking.” EVent is a SwiftReady Gold Corporate Actions Application.

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