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Refinitiv and NRI Go-live with Automated International Post-Trade Brokerage Processing

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Refinitiv and Nomura Research Institute (NRI) have finally completed and taken live the software integration of NRI’s I-STAR/GX software platform into Refinitiv’s BETA wealth management brokerage processing platform, first mooted in the firms’ strategic partnership announced back in 2018. The partnership enables global diversification for Refinitiv’s retail and institutional clients, providing wealth management firms with automated settlement and straight-through processing of trades executed across all markets. I-STAR/GX allows these processes through a high-volume solution with single-stock record across all asset classes and markets, and real-time updates of intra-day transaction status changes across the settlement lifecycle.

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