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Telekurs Financial Launches Pricing Service for French Market

Telekurs (France) SAS has launched a new pricing service, French Fiscal Prices – in French, Impôt de Solidarité sur le Fortune (ISF) – aimed at helping banks produce an accurate valuation of their customers’ holdings prior to declaration to the tax authorities. The ISF pricing service consists of a file of data for more than 55,000 instruments. The ISF file, delivered by Telekurs Financial, allows the banks to select the most profitable official calculation method to support the client taxpayer’s needs. Cie. Monegasque de Banque (CMB) is an early adopter of the service.

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