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EDI Adds Unit Trust Dividends to UK Dividend Service

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Exchange Data International (EDI), provider of reference and corporate actions data, has integrated Unit Trust dividend information into its UK Dividend feed. Available as an additional set of the UK Dividend feed or on its own, the Unit Trust Dividend feed gives access to information like Group 1 and Group 2 distributions and equalisation rates required for the calculation of dividend income. In addition to this data, the new feed includes payment frequency details, pay date, ex and record dates, unit type and more important tax treatment data. EDI is currently developing its UK corporate actions service to extend its coverage to corporate actions of Unit Trusts and OEICs.

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