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J.P. Morgan Investor Services Unveils Valuations for OTC Derivatives

J.P. Morgan Investor Services has launched a valuation service for over-the-counter derivatives. The new service will allow the custodian’s clients to value instruments ranging from vanilla interest-rate swaps to the most exotic structured derivatives. The service is based on Reech FastVal, a derivatives valuations and risk management system from SunGard Reech.

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