Profile Software’s Axia has been selected by Mada Capital and Mada Financial Services, subsidiaries of Dubai-based investment firm Primavis Capital, to support wealth and fund management operations. The firm assessed a number of potential solutions on the basis of criteria – including innovative technology, scalability, modern design and breadth of functionality – that were considered important to automating processes, delivering unique user and client experiences and producing comprehensive reporting. Axia will enable Primavis’ subsidiaries to manage wealth and fund management services under a single, web-based platform, using the omni-device capabilities and widgets available on the dashboard.
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Mada Capital Selects Profile’s Axia for Wealth and Fund Management Operations
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IHS Markit Connects Corporate Actions Solution to DTCC ISO 20022 Messaging Platform to Improve Process Automation
IHS Markit is aiming to simplify and automate corporate actions by connecting its Corporate Action SaaS solution to DTCC’s ISO 20022 messaging platform. The connection will provide direct delivery of corporate actions ISO 20022 formatted messages from the DTCC platform to the IHS Markit solution, giving DTCC users improved straight through processing for corporate actions....
This summit will explore challenges around assembling and evaluating ESG data for reporting and the impact of regulatory measures and industry collaboration on transparency and standardisation efforts. Expert speakers will address how the evolving market infrastructure is developing and the role of new technologies and alternative data in improving insight and filling data gaps.
A-Team Group’s ESG Handbook 2021 is a ‘must read’ for all capital markets participants, data vendors and solutions providers involved in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing and product development. It includes extensive coverage of all elements of ESG, from an initial definition and why ESG is important, to existing and emerging regulations, data challenges...