Financial Information Network (FIN) plans to automate its corporate actions processing operation by year-end, officials say.
FIN currently processes corporate actions-related changes to global equity and fixed income pricing data manually.
Automation will help ensure more accurate and timely corporate actions data, says Gail Curtis, director of sales and marketing. She says users will receive corporate actions data in one quarter of the time it took to manually update the information. The dat
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