Integrity Treasury Solutions announced the recent signings of several new clients in Europe and the US. Alpharma Pharmaceuticals, a leader in specialty pharmaceutical products is based in Oslo, Norway with multi-national interests and major operations in Norway, Denmark and the USA. Alpharma intend to use Integrity’s netting functionality to better manage their cash positions. VNU, a major European based publishing and media group who recently acquired the AC Nielsen Group, has also joined the list of Integrity’s clients. Invensys plc, an electronics and engineering firm headquartered in London with operations in the USA will be implementing front and back office functionality initially, adding accounting, cash management and netting functions at a later date. ING DIRECT USA recently added a second site using integra-T in Wilmington, Delaware. ING DIRECT has been a client since 1997, using Integrity’s interest rate and derivatives modules which include all related settlements, cash management and accounting in its Toronto location.
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