London, 09 June 2020 – EDI is pleased to introduce its Net Asset Value Service (NAVs) for all investment funds worldwide. This includes the USA, Luxembourg, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Europe and other countries with investment funds.
This service aims to deliver a bespoke database of NAVs to financial institutions. Clients have the option to flexibly choose the Investment Funds share classes NAVs they would like to receive on a daily basis.
Tony McCormack, Head of Global Investment Funds at EDI, says “The addition of Daily Net Asset Values (NAVs) forms a key component of EDI’s pricing strategy. This represents a key expansion into pricing all asset classes. EDI already provides evaluated pricing on over 2 million fixed income instruments daily as well as all quoted securities worldwide. The addition of pricing investment funds fills an important gap”
Delivery options include API, FTP, Email with the following formats CSV, TAB, XLS and TXT. EDI’s operations team continuously monitor NAV releases 25/5 and updates clients at a mutually agreed upon time. Additionally, a weekly summary of MIS is made available to the client.
About Exchange Data International (EDI)
EDI, established in 1994, helps the global financial and investment community make informed decisions through the provision of fast, accurate, timely and affordable reference data services. EDI’s extensive content database includes worldwide equity and fixed income corporate actions, dividends, listed/OTC derivatives, static reference data, closing prices and shares outstanding, delivered via data feeds and the Internet. EDI is based in London, with offices in New York, India, and Morocco. For more information about EDI, please visit http://www.exchange-data.com.