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SIX Telekurs and ValuePrice join forces with an innovative valuation pricing concept

Metzler Investment GmbH is setting a new benchmark for the financial sector with this fully automated solution and is the first client to use it.

Frankfurt/Germany. SIX Telekurs, one of the world’s leading providers of financial information, and the Frankfurt-based valuation specialist ValuePrice AG, have entered into an agreement regarding transparent valuation pricing processes. The two companies are thus facing up to the supervisory requirements in the market, and are offering a service that guarantees independent, transparent and quality-assured valuation of the entire portfolio for all asset classes.

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JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge 2007

On 13th June, 67,270 runners from 2,446 companies were at the starting block of the 15th JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge in Frankfurt (Germany). The 5.6-kilometer (3.5-mile) event will almost certainly retain its title as the largest road race in the world in 2007.

“We are overwhelmed that we have a new record”, said Karl-Georg Altenburg, CEO of JPMorgan in Germany. “Our event stands for team spirit, camaraderie, communication and fitness. As you can see, these values count a lot in the German economy.”

The German subsidiary of Telekurs Financial also participated in this event with a motivated team of 18 runners. Six companies had 1,000 or more participants, including Allianz/Dresdner Bank (1,612), Deutsche Bank (1,447), Siemens (1,180), Deutsche Lufthansa (1,066), Commerzbank (1,050) and Deutsche Telekom (1,047).

“We can accommodate up to 70,000”, said Rolf Mai, the representative for the Frankfurt police and one of the architects of the 3.5-mile course that features Frankfurt 's modern skyscrapers and centuries-old neighborhoods. The course was a festival of energy, with tens of thousands of spectators blowing air-horns, tossing confetti, waving banners, and providing adrenaline to the participants who worked their way through muggy conditions.

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The motivated team of Telekurs Germany from left to right (bottom row): Ute Lins, Dagmar Graw, Stephanie Hahn, Sabine Schmitt, (top row.): Frank Gräsner, Sebastian Starosciak, Edgar Lins, Thorsten Hammel, Sebastian Schöber, Dietmar Hobbie, Patrick Althausen, Oliver Preisendörfer, Frank Frotscher, Antonia Sieber, Yvonne Kever, Gerhard Heß, Torsten Schneider, Julia Schmitz, Oliver Schwebel.


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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JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge 2006

On 1st June, 62 390 runners from 2191 companies were at the starting block of the 14th JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge in Frankfurt (Germany). The 5.6-kilometer (3.5-mile) event will almost certainly retain its title as the largest road race in the world in 2006.

“We are overwhelmed that we have a new record,” said John Jetter, CEO of JPMorgan in Germany. “Our event stands for team spirit, camaraderie, communication and fitness. As you can see, these values count a lot in the German economy.”

The German subsidiary of Telekurs Financial also participated in this event with a motivated team of 16 runners.

Seven companies had more than 1,000 participants – Allianz/Dresdner Bank (1,662), Siemens (1,312), Deutsche Bank (1,226), Deutsche Telekom (1,058), Commerzbank (1,034), Deutsche Bahn AG (1,1014) and Deutsche Lufthansa (1,003).

All the participants were sent off by the Mayor of Frankfurt, Achim Vandreike, and the Minister of Finance for the State of Hessen, Karlheinz Weimar. “This is a sensational event,” said Mayor Vandreike, noting that the 62,000 participants represented a full one-tenth of Frankfurt 's total population. “The party takes place before, during and a long time after the run. Being among the crowd is a great feeling!”

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The motivated team of Telekurs Germany featuring a typical Swiss outfit. From left to right (top row): Oliver Schwebel, Horst Feulner, Dietmar Hobbie, Harald Stieling, Johannes Verheesen, Gerhard Heß, Edgar Lins, Ute Lins,
(bottom row): Julia Schmitz, Sebastian Schöber, Sabine Schmitt, Jolanthe Grosch, Frank Gräsner, Frank Frotscher, Yvonne Kever, Anett Rost



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