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Correction: LSE SMF Pricing

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The pricing for the London Stock Exchange’s Masterfile service was misstated in last month’s issue of Reference Data Review. User licenses are based on access to bands of Sedol codes: £500/year for few than 1,000 codes; £1,500/year for 1,000-5,000 codes; £5,000/year for 5,001-10,000 codes; and £15,000/year for more than 10,000 codes. For distributing vendors (and user firms who wish to distribute to their clients), the Sedol Masterfile costs £15,000/year, with access to U.K. corporate actions data at £35,000/year.

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