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Dexia Fund Services Dublin deploys Telekurs market data display system

07 July 2005  |  1990 views  |  0 Source: Telekurs Financial

Dexia Fund Services Dublin Ltd., through the new Telekurs iD - intelligent Display site license and Valordata Feed via Dexia Luxembourg, now has a full back office solution from Telekurs Financial.

The Dublin subsidiary of Dexia BIL has signed a contract to take Telekurs Financial's market data display product Telekurs iD – intelligent Display. Telekurs Financial's new generation display product will give them access to the entire universe of information provided by Telekurs Financial, including pricing, corporate actions and reference data.

Dexia Fund Services Dublin Ltd., now with Telekurs iD on the desktops of all their fund accountants, will be able to verify prices and corporate actions as well as static and cross-reference information on security master files, complementing the Telekurs Financial Valordata Feed that the company receives through their Luxembourg head office.

Beat Koch, Chief Executive Officer of Telekurs (U.K.) Ltd. said: "We are extremely pleased to offer Dexia Fund Services Dublin Ltd. the full range of services. Globally we have been dealing with Dexia for quite a while and see them as a very valued partner for us both in Luxembourg as well as in Ireland. We are delighted to see Telekurs Financial’s position as a leading provider of international financial information recognized by such a respected company."

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