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Loomis Sayles to Use Heliograph’s TradeFlow Platform

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Loomis Sayles, a U.S. investment management firm, has installed Heliograph’s TradeFlow platform to help manage the settlement process, and is now directing 70% of its transactions through the system. TradeFlow additionally is allowing Loomis Sayles to offer its clients’ custodians the choice between receiving Swift messages or electronic faxes, an important capability since many smaller custodians are not connected to Swift.

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