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SS&C Adds S3 Transaction Cost Analysis and SEC Rule 606 Regulatory Reporting Services

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SS&C Technologies is adding S3’s total cost analysis (TCA) and SEC Rule 606 reporting products to its solutions line up. The addition of S3 services – S3 is a provider of trade surveillance, analytics and regulatory reporting technology – will help SS&C clients ensure best execution of trading transactions through trade surveillance, analytics and full transparency, in line with compliance and regulatory requirements. It will also support production of detailed Rule 606 reports in compliance with SEC mandates.

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