Archiv: June 2007


Telekurs Group: New commercial building planned in Biel

Rolotec AG and Telekurs Card Solutions Ltd, both part of the Telekurs Group, continue to expand business activities at their Biel location. Thanks to the able assistance of the City of Biel, the Telekurs Group’s employee pension fund was successful in acquiring a suitable plot of land at the site of the former Capitol Cinema at 32 Spitalstrasse. By 2009, a new commercial building is to be constructed on the site, comprising apartments, offices and small shops on a total area of 1,119 m2. An overall project competition will be tendered to carry out what is,
particularly from an urban planning point of view, a prominent building project.
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- German text (25 kb)
- English text (48 kb)
- French text (48 kb)


Helaba Invest and HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt opt for Telekurs Financial's Intraday Pricing Service

Helaba Invest and HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt have opted to install Intraday Pricing Service (IPS) from Telekurs Financial in their organisations. Intraday Pricing Service delivers real-time snapshots at times defined by the customer. It facilitates the updated, individual valuation of portfolios and securities holdings several times a day.
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- German text (25 kb)
- English text (24 kb)
- French text (27 kb)
- Italian text (25 kb)


Finaplex enhances wealth management platform with Telekurs Financial’s Valordata Feed

Finaplex, a leading supplier of wealth relationship management software to some of the world’s most prominent wealth managers, has licensed the Valordata Feed to enhance its wealth management applications solutions.
Read the full text of this press release (download 30 kb).


Re-launch of UK-website

In a bid to strengthen our brand consistency, Telekurs (UK) Ltd will be incorporating the UK website into the Telekurs Financial global website: www.telekurs-financial.com as of early July 2007.

Whereas these changes have no major impact on the content, on occasion your request will be better serviced by the Client Services team.

Our Client Services team provides first level support as well as supporting all questions or problems regarding financial information and systems, including:

>> answering user questions
>> routing more complex questions to the relevant teams
>> providing information about service availability
>> providing information about operational status during technical disruptions

The UK team offers support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7550 5050
Email: helpdesk.uk@telekurs.com


Telekurs Financial hosts summer cocktail reception in London

Telekurs Financial hosted its summer cocktail reception at Coq d'Argent for clients and media representatives on 7 June. The event attracted over 50 people from around the square mile.

To see the pictures click on "mehr".

We were delighted to welcome the new Group Editor, Virginie O'Shea from Investor Services Journal at the reception. As you can see from the photographs, the evening was enjoyed by everyone!


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Raiffeisen Switzerland has joined the PayNet network

Effective immediately, e-banking clients of Raiffeisen Schweiz can now receive and pay their bills electronically. The third-largest banking group in Switzerland, with more than 400 banks, has joined the PayNet network for electronic bills. Under the «e-bill» menu item, all private customers can register in the e-banking system of their Raiffeisen bank for the free service as well as directly register for e-bills with their billers.

Read the full text of the press release by Telekurs PayNet.

Telekurs PayNet offers modern services in the area of electronic payment: the electronic bill in the area of Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) and payment solutions via direct debit procedures.


Microsoft and Apple, bitter rivals, try to save the desktop operating system.

Can two bitter rivals save the desktop operating system? In the battle between Apple and Microsoft, Bertrand Serlet and Steven Sinofsky are the field generals in charge of competing efforts to insure that the personal computer's basic software stays relevant in an increasingly Web-centric world. The two men are marshaling their software engineers for the next encounter, sometime in 2009, when a new generation of Macintosh and Windows systems is due. Their challenge will be to avoid refighting the last war - and finding themselves outflanked by new competitors.

Many technologists contend that the increasingly ponderous PC-bound operating systems that currently power 750 million computers, like Microsoft's Windows Vista and Apple's soon-to-be-released Mac OS X Leopard, will fade in importance.

Read the full article by John Markoff (published in the International Herald Tribune).


Dow Jones says it will consider options for sale

The family that controls Dow Jones, publisher of The Wall Street Journal, announced Thursday that it would consider selling the company, ending more than a century of family ownership. The announcement came after the family, the Bancrofts, said that it was willing to meet with Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, just weeks after the family rejected a $5 billion takeover offer from Murdoch.

Read the full article by Andrew Ross Sorkin and Richard Pérez-Peña (published in the International Herald Tribune).

Dow Jones News services are also available in Telekurs Financial's financial display Telekurs iD.



Market Watch: Markets in China fall with increase in trading tax

China's feverish stock market plummeted Wednesday after Beijing moved to impose higher taxes on trading activity.
The tax, which was announced early in the day, was the government's latest attempt to rein in the world's hottest stock market after a growing number of economists and analysts warned about the threat of a stock market bubble in China.

Investors reacted by selling shares and pushing the two major stock exchanges sharply lower. The Shanghai Composite Index plunged 6.5 percent to close at 4,053.09. The Shenzhen Composite Index dropped 7.2 percent to close at 1,199.45.

Read the full article by David Barboza and Keith Bradsher (published in the International Herald Tribune).


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