SWIB Discusses Plans to Implement BNY Mellon’s IBOR

The State of Wisconsin Investment Board is expanding its use of BNY Mellon's OnCore middle-office outsourcing solution.

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SWIB is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin

As part of a greater overhaul of its portfolio management system, the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB) is extending its partnership with BNY Mellon

SWIB, which oversees $105 billion in assets under management, will next extend that partnership by deploying BNY Mellon's Investment Book of Record (IBOR) solution in order to improve the quality of data used by the firm's investment teams, Michael Williamson, SWIB's executive director, tells WatersTechnology.

"The investment book of record

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