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Royal Bank of Scotland Subscribes to Lombard Risk’s Credit Verifications

Royal Bank of Scotland has subscribed to Lombard Risk Systems’ ValuSpread Credit credit pricing verifications service. ValuSpread has been designed to monitor credit default swap prices for independent verification of traders’ closing prices. The service currently features data for 5,000 global credits, from 29 contributors.

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