Asset management consultant CityIQ has become the latest officially accredited implementation partner for Xenomorph’s TimeScape data and decision management system, which specialises in derivatives. The deal enables asset management clients to add derivatives capabilities to their process “without the need for wholesale redevelopment of existing technology infrastructure”. The partners, which have worked together before, believe a key driver for adoption of the system is the scaling up by asset managers of their derivatives capabilities to solve a variety of problems, not least the current competitive pressure to offer Liability Driven Investment (LDI) strategies.
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