PLAINSBORO, NJ--Merrill Lynch Asset Management has decided to cancel approximately 150 positions of A-T Financial's front-end integration software. As a result, A-T Financial is losing one of the largest customers for its front-end software.
MLAM uses A-T Financial as a platform to integrate various vendor data feeds, such as S&P's Comstock and Telerate, primarily on its money markets desk. The data is displayed in a proprietary Windows-based application. MLAM's foreign exchange and emerging
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