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Greenwich Technology Partners with Exchange Data International to distribute OTC Derived Data & Valuations

EDI now provides Fixed Income and OTC Derived Data.

New York – September 15th 2015 – Greenwich Technology, a leading provider of real-time and end-of-day derived data, including valuation services, announced today a reciprocal partnership with Exchange Data International (EDI) under which each firm will distribute the other’s content.

Greenwich Technology provides yield curves, corporate issuer curves, volatility surfaces and financial instrument valuations for fixed income securities and OTC derivatives. GT’s clients use its data in real time for pre-trade decision making, and at day’s end for NAV and risk management calculations.

Nigel Cairns, CEO of Greenwich Technology, said “EDI will allow GT to extend its core fixed income and OTC derivatives coverage into Level 1 securities pricing and reference data. This partnership makes it easier for clients of EDI and GT to obtain all of their pricing and reference data from a single source.”

Kevin Brady, Executive Board Director at Exchange Data International, said “By partnering with GT, we are adding a significant asset class to our repertoire of products and will enable our clients to obtain both their exchange and OTC data from one place.”

For more information on the data services provided by both companies contact either Exchange Data International at info@exchange-data.com or Greenwich Technology at sales@greenwich.technology.  

About Greenwich TechnologyGreenwich Technology provides analytics and financial information to the fixed income and interest rate markets. GT’s pre-trade analytics software supports real-time financial instrument pricing, sensitivities and trading strategy analysis. GT’s post-trade services include independent valuations and derived data, including yield curves, volatility surfaces and more.

From locations in New York, London and San Francisco, GT supports clients that include buy and sell-side firms, financial technology companies, financial information services firms, and swap execution facilities.