The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. (DTCC) has introduced Smart/Source, offering online, Internet-based access to the security and reference data it collects and maintains for the more than two million securities eligible for processing by its Depository Trust Co. unit. DTCC is a major source of corporate event and reference data. The new service can be used to confirm security events, including current, historical or future announcements on reorganizations, redemptions and dividends. The service will be available to non-DTCC clients, including money managers, data vendors and exchanges.
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DTCC Unveils Smart/Source Event, Reference Data Service
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