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GoldenSource Makes Luxoft a Preferred Implementation Partner

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GoldenSource and Luxoft, a digital strategy and software engineering firm, have formed a global alliance that makes Luxoft a preferred implementation and business development partner for connecting banks, brokers, investment managers and capital markets service providers with the GoldenSource enterprise data management (EDM) platform. The alliance follows Luxoft and Golden Source’s success in delivering data management transformation projects at several global organisations and will target issues including SFTR and FRTB compliance, and Libor transition.

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