Telekurs Financial has split from its French partner, Fininfo SA, and has established a new subsidiary to handle data input in Paris. Telekurs (France) SAS began operations on October 1, and will input data from the French, Monaco and French-speaking African markets. Telekurs (France) was founded in April. It has a new team of 16 data analysts, handling data acquisition, data entry and quality control for both securities administration and real-time data from multiple sources. The group will be handling corporate actions, mutual funds, pricing information and new issue data.
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Telekurs (France) Spins Itself Off From Fininfo for Data Collection
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