UK broker N+1 Singer has signed a multi-year deal to use Torstone Technology's Inferno product, the vendor has announced.
The mid- and small-cap specialist will use the platform to manage post-trade flow, including trade capture, settlement and accounting processes. Inferno will be delivered on a hosted, managed basis, while the business aspects will be brought back in house.
"An exciting aspect of Inferno is its flexibility," says Brian Collings, CEO at Torstone. "We are delighted to help another UK broker by providing modern, efficient technology to run their in-house operations."
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