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  1. Hayden Bird Reuters Treasury Services Hayden Bird Product Business Owner, Dealing Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  2. Reuters Treasury Services Information Risk Management Order Management Trading Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  3. The Treasury Market Increased Buy-side importance Markets are changing Lowering costs New Technology And Competition Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  4. Dealing 3000 • High Tier Service • Reuters owned Private Network • 19,000 keystations • 6,000 trading desks worldwide • Access to Matching platform • Rich functionality Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  5. Dealing 3000 Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  6. Reuters Dealing Link (RDL) • Mid Tier Product • Focused functionality • Access to the Global community • Choice of networks • Managed Services • Internet Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  7. Reuters Dealing Link (RDL) Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  8. What this means • To Reuters • Lower cost of ownership and deployment • Flexibility for customers • Protect and expand community • Access to a wider target market • To our customers • Lower cost access to the worlds largest liquidity pool • Simplified implementation and STP Integration • Choice of connectivity (Radianz or Internet) Archived presentation - 4 September 2002

  9. Sale of RDL Who are we selling RDL to? • Banks • Bank Branches • New Desks • The Buy-side • Sales Desks • How are we selling RDL? • Selling Direct to the Buy-side • Selling through ‘Bank channels’ • Combining capabilities • Engaging new and existing users early in product design • Building ‘Partnerships’ with Banks Archived presentation - 4 September 2002