Netherlands-based NIBC Bank has completed migration to Torstone Technology’s Inferno post-trade processing platform. Inferno was selected to replace NIBC’s legacy systems as the bank rationalises its operations to drive efficiencies across the wider business. Consolidating processes on Torstone’s SaaS platform will also enable NIBC to benefit from Torstone’s service model, resulting in reduced total cost of ownership. The implementation project began in January 2019, with the bank’s equities and fixed income processes migrating to Torstone’s platform in six months.
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This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording by registering here. We all know entity data is difficult. But there are four key categories of data quality management that you can apply to make measurable improvements to your entity data. Traditional methods no longer work. You need methods to accurately measure the quality...
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