CLSA, a subsidiary of Citic Securities, is using Inferno in a multi-year deal, in order to automate certain back-office processes relating to the processing of trade feeds and connections to its existing back-office system.
“Part of our strategy for Japan is to become an iStar replacement,” says Brian Collings, chief executive of Torstone. “With some clients, we’re doing regulatory reporting. With CLSA we’re helping them interface to the upgraded version of their back-office system. That’s a st
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