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London Stock Exchange Enters Reconciliation Game With UnaVista

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The London Stock Exchange has launched UnaVista, a global data integration, validation, matching and reconciliation service, designed to help firms identify inconsistencies across any data type. The core of the service is a rules-based engine that enables data to be reconciled from any source and across any business function. UnaVista can be deployed in two ways: hosted by the exchange, or as a local software installation. The exchange envisages UnaVista being deployed for multiple functions including reference data management, proprietary data management, matching, pre and post-settlement reconciliation and multi-system integration and reconciliation.

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