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Correction: LSE SMF Pricing

The pricing for the London Stock Exchange’s Masterfile service was misstated in last month’s issue of Reference Data Review. User licenses are based on access to bands of Sedol codes: £500/year for few than 1,000 codes; £1,500/year for 1,000-5,000 codes; £5,000/year for 5,001-10,000 codes; and £15,000/year for more than 10,000 codes. For distributing vendors (and user firms who wish to distribute to their clients), the Sedol Masterfile costs £15,000/year, with access to U.K. corporate actions data at £35,000/year.

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