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FinancialCAD Introduces Internet Services

FinancialCAD Corporation announced the launch of Fincad.net Internet Services, a suite of financial instrument management applications for financial services and information technology professionals. Based on Microsoft’s .NET platform, Fincad.net delivers enterprise class financial applications and market data as hosted software accessible through a web browser, Microsoft Excel or the Microsoft Visual Studio development environment. For service consumers, such as corporate treasuries, audit firms and non-sell side banks, Fincad.net provides an outsourced financial instrument management solution. Such organizations simply apply for a Fincad.net account and get immediate access to all services on the system. Services are available for portfolio and risk management, hedge management for FAS 133 and IAS compliance, transaction recording and value-added current and historical market data.

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