Great Eastern, an insurance subsidiary of Singapore bank OCBC, is moving its on premise Eagle Investment Systems data management solution into the Eagle Access private cloud. The company also plans to create an Investment Book of Record (IBOR) based on an Eagle solution and designed to improve investment decision-making processes. Great Eastern is one of Eagle’s longest-standing clients in Asia and also uses its parent BNY Mellon for asset servicing.
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Great Eastern Moves Data Management into Eagle Cloud, Adds IBOR
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