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ValueLink Signs Another Dublin Client In Custom House

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Dublin-based Custom House Administration and Corporate Services has signed to take validated data from UK provider Value Link Information Services. Custom House will be using ValueLink’s validated securities pricing and corporate action data within its administration services for over 160 alternative investment hedge funds.

David Blair, managing director of Custom House, which bills itself as ‘The Specialist Fund Specialist’, says that ValueLink will be added as another primary vendor and that “in addition to providing validated data, will also provide full securities pricing coverage across all the global investment funds we administer for our clients”.

Stephen Choate, CEO at ValueLink says that the addition of Custom House meant that it now provides data to 12 of the top 25 fund administrators based in Dublin. “Dublin-based clients are a major component to our client base and we are looking to continue to grow our business within this market over the coming year,” he says.

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