As part of its aim to integrate its series of applications with its HiDataWarehouse data hub, DST International has released a new version that integrates with its risk management solution HiRisk (based on its acquisition of Askari). This latest addition means that HiDataWarehouse can act as the data hub for the entire DSTi middle and front office solution set including HiPerformance, HiReporting, and HiFrontOffice. According to DSTi the new release will enable clients to “base ex-ante risk analysis on the same security master, holdings, transactions, hierarchy and benchmark data as they use in their front and middle office applications.”
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DST International Integrates Data Hub With HiRisk Application
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