Data management provider Soliton has added company financial data from Capital IQ to its TimeSquare platform implementation at New York-based hedge fund Joho Capital. Capital IQ, now owned by Standard & Poor’s, combines private and public capital market data and technology. Its reported and adjusted company financial data has been integrated by Soliton’s TimeSquare into Joho Capital’s unified data model and application interface, allowing it to extract data and derive ratios seamlessly. Says Tim McManus, chief financial officer for the Asian investments specialist, “The TimeSquare solution offers us complete flexibility to choose our preferred data source.”
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Soliton Adds Capital IQ for Joho Capital
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