Reuters is making its Datascope reference and historical data solution available through Linedata Services. The data will be accessible through Linedata’s Icon fund management system, which covers real-time investment accounting, portfolio valuation, collective investment pricing and management/client reporting. Pete Hudson, head of product marketing at Linedata Services (UK), says, “We are seeing increasing demand from our Icon customers for a choice of additional data feeds.” Reuters has become the first vendor to achieve certification in Linedata’s Accredited Data Vendor Partner Programme. Their relationship may be extended to jointly providing a facility for corporate actions and static asset master data.
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