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New Headquarters For Exchange Data International

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Exchange Data International (EDI), a provider of securities corporate actions and reference data, today moves its headquarters from Hatton Garden, London’s diamond merchant area, to vibrant Old Street, now home to Britain’s IT industry.

EDI’s new address is Churchill House, 5th floor, 142-146 Old Street, London EC1V 9BW. It occupies an excellent location in the old City of London, just few minute walk from Old Street, Moorgate and Barbican stations.

The new open plan office provides a more efficient working environment where EDI can continue its product development programme and provide the financial industry with specialised business solutions that fulfil its needs.

In the coming months, EDI will launch a new service – Adjusted Shares Outstanding. In addition to its existing Worldwide Share Outstanding feed, EDI will provide a new feed where share outstanding figures are adjusted when major corporate actions have occurred in between official updates from the stock exchange.

EDI is also strengthening its partnership programme, working closely with other specialist companies to provide respective clienteles with greater in-depth coverage, enhanced data quality and improved delivery.

CEO, Jonathan Bloch says: “We are very pleased to have moved to new bright office and strongly believe that a simple change of environment can be a major boost in a company’s dynamic. EDI is currently working on several projects trying to answer the industry specific and ever-changing needs with innovative solutions.”

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