Moneyline Telerate, a network for benchmark financial information and transaction services, is acquiring Market Information Services. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

London-based MIS is a leading provider of specialty database technologies for the financial services industry, including data warehousing. MIS products are built using IBM/IDS ORDMS technology, enabling financial firms to capture, normalize and store/retrieve any form of pricing data with one technology while integrating internal proprietary data with information from Moneyline Telerate, Bloomberg, Reuters, Thomson and the other leading vendors.

Moneyline Telerate will integrate its data feeds into MIS' real-time, tick data, snapshot data and other loaders and cleansers. MIS technology also will form the basis of advanced data warehouse products geared to high-performance environments, such as corporate risk management.

"By combining Moneyline Telerate's global market coverage and MIS's real-time reference pricing technology, financial services customers can now view, analyze and execute complex transactions such as index arbitrage and portfolio trading in real-time across different data sources," says Alsun Keogh, vice president of business development for Moneyline Telerate.

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