BlackRock Onboards 8 Aladdin Clients Remotely

The asset management giant has turned to collaboration tools to help with client implementations during the pandemic lockdown.


BlackRock says it has onboarded eight clients remotely to its Aladdin platform over the past two months, a logistical shift from how it carried out such activities before the lockdowns precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic.

“Three months ago, we could not have imagined this would be possible,” Lance Braunstein, head of the Aladdin product group at BlackRock, tells WatersTechnology

He says the challenge for remote implementations wasn’t so much technological and operational, as it was

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