Vescore Completes Implementation of SimCorp Dimension

Swiss asset manager, formally known as Notenstein Asset Management, implements SimCorp investment book of record solution.

St. Gallen
Headquartered in St Gallen, Switzerland, Vescore holds $14 billion in AuM.

St. Gallen-based asset manager Vescore has completed its implementation of SimCorp’s front-to-back Dimension platform.

Vescore was formed in September 2015 as a result of a merger between predecessors the institutional client business of Notenstein Private Bank, 1741, and Vescore Solutions, and is part of the Raiffeisen Switzerland group.

The predecessor company of Vescore made the decision to enhance its institutional client business through the implementation of the SimCorp Dimension platform to support its front-, middle- and back-office operations. Further divisions of the firm will migrate to the Dimension platform in the second phase of the implementation project.

"We are very pleased that we were able to complete the first phase of our ambitious implementation project successfully and on time," says Alexander Lanz, COO of Vescore. "Our sustainable investments department has been operating on SimCorp Dimension since January 1, 2016, and we are now optimally positioned for the growing number of institutional mandates awarded to us."

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