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Natixis Bleichroeder Chooses Fidelity ActionsXchange for Global Corporate Actions

Natixis Bleichroeder, a New York-based investment bank specialising in the energy, commodities, healthcare and media sectors with offices across the US and affiliates in London and Paris, has signed an agreement for Fidelity ActionsXchange to serve as its global corporate action data partner. ActionsXchange will provide Natixis with cleansed domestic and international equity universe corporate action information such as stock splits, dividends, and mergers and acquisitions that can impact a public company’s share price.

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