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Informa Investment Solutions is pleased to announce that we have enhanced our monthly index database with the addition of 103 iMoneyNet indices. iMoneyNet, part of Informa Business Intelligence Inc., and a sister company of Informa Investment Solutions, is the leading provider of money-market mutual fund and enhanced cash information - serving institutional clients worldwide. iMoneyNet’s globally recognized money fund averages are the most widely used benchmarks in the money fund industry.
We strive to update our index database as often as possible and hope that the addition of the iMoneyNet indices adds value to your Informa Investment Solutions subscription. As mentioned above, these indices will be available with the download of the Full Index Update available here and updated on a monthly basis. To learn more about iMoneyNet’s indices, please contact your account manager or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“For portfolio investors, [portfolio flows] data from… EPFR… have a powerful appeal. According to one strategist, 'it is almost a crutch – they want to know the data, just because this is their business.'” –Source: Flows have powerful appeal, even as picture of the past, Financial Times