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TFG Systems announces data supply agreement with Tullett Prebon Information

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TFG Systems, a leading provider of real time risk and portfolio management software, today announced an agreement with Tullett Prebon Information to distribute their award winning data.

TFG is now able to deliver Tullett Prebon Information’s data directly to clients for a wide range of instruments including: interest rate and currency volatility surfaces; and interest rate, inflation, and overnight index swaps.

This high quality, independent data will be made available via TFG Systems flagship product, TFG Complete, which is used by a wide array of financial professionals including Asset Managers, Hedge Funds, and Family Offices. These clients use TFG Complete to manage their front office risk and performance measures and also their middle office trade-workflow, reconciliations, and accounting so that accurate NAV values can be calculated.

Martin Toyer, CEO, said, “We are delighted to be working with Tullett Prebon Information, who are renowned in the market for providing quality OTC price information and data. Our clients employ sophisticated trading strategies using complex derivatives, and so need reliable data, such as Tullett Prebon Information’s detailed volatility surfaces, which is not always readily available. This agreement will allow us to deliver the data directly to TFG’s clients via our hosted solution, TFG Complete.”

Frank Desmond, Managing Director of Tullett Prebon Information, commented: “I am delighted that Tullett Prebon Information is supplying its award winning data to TFG Systems. The requirement for the provision of quality reliable data to support accurate valuations and complex risk management is more important than ever.”

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