Financial Technologies International (FTI) has chalked up two wins for its StreetReference reference data management platform. Investment manager Franklin Templeton will integrate StreetReference into its existing implementation of FTI’s StreetBooks client records data store. Meanwhile, M&G Investment Management will use StreetReference as part of its so-called Data Mart database of fixed-income securities terms and conditions. Data Mart will initially be M&G’s repository for all security-related data. The firm plans to add client and counterparty data later.
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FTI Wins at Franklin Templeton, M&G
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