Telekurs Financial and Euroclear UK & Ireland have signed an agreement for the supply of certain static securities data available at Euroclear UK & Ireland. Euroclear UK & Ireland is the central securities depositary (CSD) of the UK and Ireland, and operates the multi-currency, real-time settlement system processing transactions in all UK securities, Irish equities and a range of international securities. The data, available through a wide range of Telekurs Financial’s products, covers securities reference and corporate events data maintained by Euroclear UK & Ireland, as well as UK stamp duty data.
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Telekurs Financial, Euroclear UK & Ireland Sign Data Supply Agreement
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