A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The vendor is positioning its sales force to meet anticipated increases in demand for data management solutions from buy-side firms and tier-two banks around the globe.
The takeover is aimed at strengthening NeoXam’s data management offerings, reporting capabilities and user experience.
As they deploy automation to solve regulatory problems, Asian firms are paying closer attention to data’s journey.
The new system also supports future enhancements such as automatic generation of events and the introduction of additional data products.
Paris-based asset manager selects NeoXam technology to bolster front and middle office.
Officials say Guardian will be able to eliminate a number of "cumbersome" data management and compliance processes as a result of implementing NeoXam's solutions.
The vendor has shuffled its existing team and hired new executives to support the new structure.
South Africa-based investment manager to utilize EMS alongside existing NeoXam OMS for global cross-asset trading.
Software provider begins third-party service to Beijing Jiuyu Fund Admin and Changjiang Securities
Former Broadridge, Asset Control executive joins as chief sales officer
Deal brings IBOR and master file solutions to buy-side software provider