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Financial Tradeware Appoints CIG Business Partner for North America

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Financial Tradeware has partnered with New York-based Computer Intelligence Group (CIG) to bring its solutions to the North American and Caribbean regions. Under the terms of the agreement CIG, an IT consulting and services company that also recently partnered with reference data specialist AIM Software (Reference Data Review, January 2007), will market, install and support the full range of Financial Tradeware solutions for hedge funds and asset managers.

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