Williams de Broe will use Mondas’ Radica CAPS corporate actions automation platform and its Election Management Portal under a five-year licensing, services and support deal valued at around £350,000. The U.K. stock broker’s decision followed a lengthy evaluations process involving several vendors. The deal makes Williams de Broe the second client to adopt the new web-based version of EMP, which automates the election process for voluntary corporate actions.
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U.K. Broker Williams de Broe to Use Mondas for Corporate Actions
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