EJV Set For Rollout of UniVu, Some Buy-Siders In Discussions To Receive Analytics Service

RESEARCH & ANALYTICS

EJV Partners L.P. has nearly completed testing of UniVu Two, the release version of the workstation-based service for end-of-day fixed-income data and analytics that was preannounced last June.

Along with the six sell-side firms that formed the partnership in 1990, several buy-side customers have already signed agreements and institutional giant Fidelity Management & Research Co. says that it's engaged in talks with the EJV. The EJV's one sell-side customer--J.P. Morgan Securities Inc.--has begun

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