Franklin Templeton Investments will implement StreetReference
Franklin Templeton Investments will implement StreetReference to manage its customer-relationship and transaction data. The solution, from Financial Technologies International, a New York City-based reference-data vendor, will enable the firm to develop a centralized repository by aggregating data from multiple systems at the firm. Franklin Templeton is already a customer of FTI's accounting engine StreetBooks, and will add the new solution to support real-time customer-record maintenance. The new system will operate on FTI's StreetModel, a financial data model.
Cantor Market Data and Tradition extend swaps-data service
Cantor Market Data, a New York City-based market-data vendor, and London-based broker Tradition, have agreed to extend their swaps-data service. The new service will offer swaps data to include European trading hours. Jeff Bandman, senior vice president of Cantor Fitzgerald, said in a release that the extension is based on the success of the product launch in the United States in 2003. The swaps-data service is currently available over Reuters, as well as Cantor Direct, and Cantor Market Data's Website. It includes Cantor Market Data's real-time pricing for eSpeed-sourced Benchmark U.S. Treasuries, as well as real-time benchmark U.S.-dollar Interest Rate Swap Prices from Tradition.
Northern Group Treasury upgrades Moneyline Telerate workstation.
Northern Group Treasury, a Newcastle, U.K.-based treasury, has opted to upgrade its Moneyline Telerate market-data displays and workstations. The upgrade includes enhancements to its Active8 workstations, as well as a premium data service. The data includes over-the-counter data from financial and brokerage firms including ICAP, FXAll, Prebon, HSBC, ABN Amro, and UBS, as well as global exchange-based data and Dow Jones News. Steve Johnson, deputy treasurer at Northern Rock cited Moneyline's "excellent flexibility and quality of the content" in a statement.