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EFA chooses Refinitiv as primary data source for derivatives

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EFA is pleased to announce that it will use Refinitiv as its primary data source for Securities operations. This decision reinforces and expands the long-standing relationship between EFA and Refinitiv.

Refinitiv is serving more than 40,000 institutions in 190 countries and provides information, insights and technology that drive innovation and performance in global financial markets.

This means that Refinitiv will become EFA’s primary data source for pricing, reference data and corporate actions.

In addition to improving data flows, this collaboration provides EFA’s analysts with new state-of-the-art tools.

Gary Janaway, Chief Operating Officer at EFA, says: “Data is the core of our operations and we are delighted to announce this collaboration with Refinitiv. This is perfectly in line with EFA’s continuous improvement and enables our analyst teams to make the most of their expertise.”

EFA (European Fund Administration) is an independent company servicing investment funds, unit-linked insurance products, private equity funds, real estate funds, hedge funds and funds of hedge funds.

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