Telekurs (USA) has entered a strategic alliance with N-Tier Securities to integrate Telekurs’ TB II corporate actions flat-file feed into N-Tier Securities’ corporate actions and STP software solutions. The joint solution has been tested and deployed by a New York-based broker/dealer and custodian. N-Tier is planning to extend its interface to Telekurs’ full compliment of Valordata Feed data, of which the TB II feed is a subset.
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Telekurs (USA) Integrates TB II Corporate Actions Into N-Tier Securities
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