London-based Mizuho International has signed up for XcitekSolutionsPlus’s XSP platform for automation of corporate actions data, marking the second European contract for the U.S.-based vendor this year. The selection followed evaluation of “several corporate actions system providers,” according to John Sweeney, executive director of securities services at Mizuho. Invesco’s European offices signed up for XSP in early spring (Reference Data Review, March 2004).
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Mizuho International Picks XcitekSolutionsPlus for CA Automation
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