SimCorp to Allow Buy-Side Clients Plug-and-Play Access to Start-Ups

The Danish vendor is looking to partner with fintechs to allow for buy-side firms to benefit from minimal integrations and to reduce contractual barriers.


SimCorp is developing an open architecture that aims to allow its buy-side clients plug-and-play access to start-ups’ products and services.

The Danish company is in the early stages of wrapping its platforms—including SimCorp Dimension, its portfolio management system, and SimCorp Gain, its data management offering—in application programming interfaces (APIs) to enable certain fintech and regtech start-ups to connect to its infrastructure.

The open platform will give buy-side clients access

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