Thomson Reuters’ clients will use the platform to manage their portfolio and transaction data, which will incorporate Lusid’s event-based ledger system. The technology allows for a bi-temporal view of data, in which data can be viewed as it existed at any point in its history.
Pradeep Menon, global head of investing and advisory at Thomson Reuters, says: “The technology and fit to our technical stack, the market experience of the team that started Finbourne, time to market and the scalability
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