J.P. Morgan has added securities services for institutional investors to its data mesh, enabling investors to retrieve investment data held by J.P. Morgan’s custody, fund accounting and middle office services using cloud-native channels including REST APIs, Jupyter notebooks and the Snowflake financial services data cloud. The securities services are available through Fusion by J.P. Morgan, a cloud-native data solution that provides data management, analytics and reporting for institutional investors.
“The securities services industry has become increasingly data driven,” says Tim Fitzgerald, global head of securities services at J.P. Morgan. “Fusion is a central tenet of our offering, and its expansion to cloud-native delivery of custody, fund accounting and middle office data gives our clients the tools to focus on the evolution and growth of their businesses.”
Gerard Francis, head of data solutions at J.P. Morgan, adds: “With Fusion’s data mesh, we meet our clients where they are, delivering data directly to their Snowflake instances and Python notebooks.”
Fusion is Snowflake compatible with securities services datasets ready to be extracted directly from Snowflake tables. The new REST API, Python and Java SDKs enable investors to easily integrate data into their workflows or existing applications and develop advanced analytics for a wide range of use cases, from automated reconciliation to investment analysis and reporting.
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