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EDI Partners Columba to Deliver Company Future Event Data Service

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Exchange Data International (EDI), a provider of global security corporate actions, pricing and reference data has partnered Columba Systems, a provider of international future financial events data to sell-side and buy-side institutions. The partnership offers clients access to the dates and release times of company results and company meetings, and the dates of upcoming trade shows and investor conferences worldwide. The data feed is delivered as a zipped package including customised files. The delivery method and period depend on client requirements, but typically include FTP put or fetch. The partnership takes EDI into the front office and trading flow.

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