Fame Information Services has signed a strategic agreement to market Credit Suisse First Boston’s fixed-income and convertible data/analytics offerings. CSFB’s services, powered by descriptive data from FT Interactive Data, are targeted at the research, compliance, and trading-room decision-support areas. By augmenting CSFB’s trade desk pricing and analytics with FT ID’s descriptive data, Fame clients will be able to sort and analyze time-series data by issuer and other security attributes. The combined offerings include data for all fixed-income asset classes traded by CSFB worldwide, as well as CSFB’s U.S. Convertible Securities Index constituent data.
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Fame Partners with CSFB for Bond Pricing, Analytics
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