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London Stock Exchange Releases Sedol Validation Tools

The London Stock Exchange has launched two new products, SEDOL Validator (SEVAL) and the Data Validation Service (DVS). SEVAL enables users to validate their securities masterfiles against the SEDOL Masterfile held at the Exchange. The DVS is a generic data reconciliation engine that enables users to rapidly validate multiple sources of data. SEVAL and the DVS can be accessed via a secure web service, which is hosted and operated by the Exchange.

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