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Xcitek Adds Interface to DTCC’s GCA Service…

Xcitek has extended its relationship with the DTCC to add support for its Global Corporate Action (GCA) Validation Service. Support will be offered in Xcitek’s latest version XSP 4.6 corporate actions management service. It has also partnered with Tap Solutions where Tap will build a feedhandler to load Xcitek’s corporate actions and municipal actions data onto its TapMaster data management platform.

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