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EDI introduces Luxembourg Funds Data Service

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Exchange Data International (EDI), a provider of global security corporate actions, pricing, and reference data services, has introduced the Luxembourg Funds Data Service to further enhance its coverage of investment funds.

The Luxembourg Funds Service covers more than 50,000 share class funds from over 400+ fund management companies, providing comprehensive reference and corporate actions data. The firm writes that ‘users can rest assured that EDI covers all share classes in their portfolio’.

Tony McCormack, Head of Global Investment FundsTony McCormack, Head of Global Investment Funds at EDI says: “The launch of the Luxembourg Funds Data Service is a continuation of EDI’s strategy to cover all tradeable assets in the market. Luxembourg is the largest fund market in Europe and second only to the US globally. Along with the recent launches of the UK and Ireland, and the expansion of our translation services, EDI now covers 90 per cent of all funds in Europe.

McCormack adds: “So, if you have a pan-European portfolio, contact us, and we will provide comprehensive coverage of the funds you hold.”

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