FT Interactive Data has enhanced its bank loan pricing service, which pro-vides clients with access to independent valuations of syndicated bank loans and now also automates the delivery of refinancing, termination and substantial amendments to loans, as well as the effective date of the change. Bank loan prices are provided by Markit Group and drawn from more than 70 dealers in the bank loan market. The service is available through an add-on to FT Interactive Data’s evaluation services or as a module of its FTSSM online portfolio administration service.
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FT Interactive Data Adds Enhancements to Bank Loan Pricing Service
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