San Francisco (ots-PRNewswire) - European Technology Leader
Strikes Deal with American Financial Services Powerhouse to Bring
Clients Top Quality Corporate Action Data.
Asset Control International, a leader in providing streamlined
data management systems to the international financial services
community, and Fidelity Enterprise Data Systems (FEDS), a leader in
outsourced corporate actions processing solutions, announced today a
joint agreement which will offer Asset Control customers the highest
quality corporate events information via ActionService(SM).
The announcement came at this year's Sibos exhibition sponsored by
S.W.I.F.T. in San Francisco, where Asset Control is demonstrating its
data management solutions at Booth # B-32.
ActionService offers clients optimum performance in corporate
actions processing. Designed, developed, and operated by Fidelity's
leading specialists, the ActionService solution automates the
collection of multiple commercial corporate action data sources and
uses highly skilled analysts, and leading edge technology to provide
financial services institutions with the most accurate corporate
announcement information currently available.
"We are very pleased to bring this new service offering to Asset
Control's impressive clientele," said Robert O'Brien, vice president
at FEDS. "Throughout our discussions, we have been quite impressed
with the people at Asset Control. They obviously have the best
interests of their customers at heart, and we look forward to seeing
our relationship with them continue and grow."
Asset Control will interface the ActionService data feed with its
own data management system to deliver cleansed, consolidated
corporate action data to current and future customers. Asset Control
is already a leading provider of solutions offering banks and other
financial services institutions high-quality market data and static
data. The agreement with FEDS will now allow Asset Control to offer
high-quality corporate events information as well.
"We expect ActionService to be an attractive offering to our
customers," said Ger Rosenkamp, president and CEO of Asset Control.
"We are very happy to be doing business with Fidelity, and hope this
is the beginning of a long, mutually-beneficial relationship."
About Asset Control
Asset Control develops and implements a streamlined,
enterprise-strength data management platform for securities data of
all types. Its clients include the London Clearing House as well as a
number of major investment banks, including: Abbey National, ABN
AMRO, Bankgesellschaft Berlin, Barclays Capital, Commerzbank,
HypoVereinsbank, ING Barings and Robeco. Established in 1990 by a
team of experienced investment industry and information technology
professionals, Asset Control is a privately held firm with operations
in London, New York and the Netherlands. For more information, please
About Fidelity Enterprise Data Systems
Fidelity Enterprise Data Systems, a Fidelity Capital business
unit, is a premier provider of global corporate action securities
processing outsourcing solutions for financial institutions such as
investment managers, broker-dealers and banks. Designed and built by
Fidelity Enterprise Data Systems and leveraging its securities
operations expertise, these products and services provide
organizations with the most complete, timely and accurate global
corporate action information available. For additional information on
Fidelity Enterprise Data Systems and its services, contact Bob
O'Brien at +1 (617) 563-6457 or Chris Madigan at +1 (617) 563-5360.
For more information, or to schedule an interview with executives
from Asset Control and Fidelity Enterprise Data Systems, please
contact Benjamin Alfonsi at Clearview PR Associates, +1 (212)
966-9397, or email@example.com.
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