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SimCorp and Alloy Partnership Enables Institutional Investors to Manage Digital Assets on SimCorp Platform

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SimCorp, a subsidiary of Deutsche Börse Group and provider of investment management solutions for the buy-side, and Alloy, a provider of institutional infrastructure and technology for digital assets, have formed a strategic partnership that will allow SimCorp clients to manage digital asset investments.

The partnership will enable mutual clients to holistically manage digital assets, including cryptocurrencies, tokenised securities, and institutional decentralised finance, within SimCorp’s front-to-back investment management platform. This will provide joint clients with one platform for traditional, alternative and digital asset classes.

Alloy simplifies the process of managing and implementing digital asset investment strategies with a front-to-back investment platform that combines a suite of proprietary tools with regulatory compliant digital asset operations, deep analysis and monitoring capabilities, as well as counterparty agnostic management of assets.

“One of SimCorp’s core value propositions has always been a single, integrated system for all asset classes,” says Niels Jacobsen, principal product manager at SimCorp. “Together, SimCorp and Alloy will be positioned to offer exactly that to our shared clients.”

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