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Internet Securities, Inc.
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ISI EMERGING MARKETS LAUNCHES FEED FROM FINANCIAL TIMES
FT.com content to be distributed on ISI’s Emerging Markets Information Service
New York, NY, October 01, 2004 – ISI Emerging Markets (trading as Internet Securities Inc.) and Financial Times announce a global agreement to distribute information from FT.Com and the Financial Times Newspaper on the ISI’s products, including its flagship Emerging Markets Information Service (http://www.securities.com)
Under the agreement, Financial Times will deliver editorial content from FT.com, including all the reports and supplements published in the Financial Times newspaper. This material will be available to Subscribers of ISI’s subscription based services, with archives as of September 2004.
“Although our products focus on delivering locally sourced information on the countries we cover, our customers have long identified Financial Times editorial as a key resource for emerging market business information. This agreement adds considerable strength to our services, and we are delighted to be working with the FT, “says James Hammond, Executive Vice President for Marketing at ISI Emerging Markets.
Says Andrea Müller, Head of Channel Sales from the FT, “Today’s globally-minded, information-driven society demands authoritative, accurate business and financial news from a trusted source. The FT is well-placed to meet that need, and we are delighted to be working with Internet Securities to provide content for their emerging markets specialists.”
About ISI Emerging Markets
Internet Securities, Inc. (trading as ISI Emerging Markets), a Euromoney Institutional Investor company, serves emerging markets specialists at financial institutions and multinational corporations in the United States, Europe, and emerging markets.
The company’s subscription-based services enable users to access a comprehensive range of information derived directly from over 9000 leading sources located throughout Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The company’s products include:
EMIS, the Emerging Market Information Service covering over 60 economies. EmailAlert, a uniquely customizable alerting service built on data from EMIS
IFIS, the worlds leading resource on the Islamic finance industry IntelliNews, the editorial arm of ISI, delivering news and reports on Central and Eastern Europe through a network of correspondents in 14 countries.
ISearch, custom emerging markets oriented intranet content solutions. InfoLatina and EMIS Corporate, news-only versions of select country products
ISI products have earned outstanding recognition and product reviews, including "perfect scores" in all categories and a "must have" ranking from Information World Review, a first place ranking by the Wall Street Journal Europe among business web sites, Best Online Information Resource by Competia, and a ‘Forbes Favorite’ rating from Forbes Magazine in 2004.
In addition to worldwide headquarters in New York, clients are served through 26 offices throughout Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia. For additional information contact Internet Securities, Inc. at 225 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10003 USA, telephone (212) 610-2900, fax (212) 610-2950, or by visiting our Web site at http://www.securities.com
About Financial Times
The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business information brands, with a global reputation for accuracy, integrity and authority. The Financial Times newspaper is printed in 23 sites around the world, has a daily circulation of over 440,000 and a readership of more than 1.6 million people worldwide. FT.com is one of the world's leading business information websites, and the internet partner of the FT newspaper. Since its re-launch in May 2002, the website has continued to be the definitive home for business intelligence on the web, providing an essential source of news, comment, data and analysis for the global business community. FT.com attracts 3.6 million unique monthly visitors, generating 58.2 million page views and has over 76,000 subscribers. FT.com broke even in December 2002.
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