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Deutsche Börse Acquires Kneip Fund Data Manager

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Deutsche Börse is close to acquiring 100% of Luxembourg-based fund data manager Kneip, expanding its offering in the asset management service space. Established in 1993, Kneip manages investor disclosure and data publication for more than 10,000 funds in over 40 countries, servicing over 30% of EU-based fund ISINS. Kneip will be integrated with the German exchange group’s established fund service platforms with the aim of creating a leading fund data service hub in Luxembourg. The transaction is expected to close this month.

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