The investor access platform will feature mobile device access and richer content.
BNY Mellon's technology and services arm Pershing LLC has announced enhancements for its investor access platform, NetExchange Client.
The improvements will focus on better usability, simplicity of access, and more content sources. Specifically, users will be able to access directly Albridge's Wealth Reporting platform via mobile devices, and pull together integrated quote, news, and research content using new investment screening tools and leading data sources including Argus, Dow Jones, Econoday, Factset, Lipper, Midnight Traders, Morningstar, and Wall Street Horizon.
"The next generation of our NetExchange Client platform was developed based on feedback from investment professionals and detailed research about how investors access and leverage their account information online. Investors are demanding more information, richer content, and the ability to access data and make decisions at their computers and on their mobile devices. The new platform allows firms and investment professionals to offer their clients powerful features, in an intuitive, secure, sophisticated and integrated online package," says Lucille Mayer, co-CIO of Pershing.
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