Exchange Data International (EDI), a specialist in the aggregation of reference and corporate actions data, has integrated structured products into its corporate actions database and Security Reference File services. Thus far EDI has integrated the following instruments into its database: Close Ended Funds, Investment/Income Trusts or Listed Investment Companies, Exchange Traded Funds, Principal Protected Notes, Real Estate Investment Trusts, Split Capital Trust or Split Share Corporation and Stapled Securities.
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EDI Adds Structured Products to Corporate Actions Database
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