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Fintech Advisor Amar Rajani Joins VTFinTech Board

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VTFinTech, a provider of index management and research evaluation services, has named Amar Rajani as a member of its board with immediate effect. Rajani is the founder and managing director of Argella, an advisory firm specialising in fintech and with specialist knowledge in research, data and analytics. Prior to founding Argella, Rajani spent 17 years at Bloomberg, where he was responsible for a range of buy-side and sell-side products.

VTFinTech manages investment portfolios and bespoke benchmarks through its Parity One solution and provides independent evaluation of investment research through Parity One Research, helping firms comply with EU Benchmarks Regulation and the research unbundling requirements of MiFID II.

Rajani says: “VTFinTech has come together to transform the way investments are done today by introducing intelligent quantitative techniques and automation into various investment functions. Its unique offering is a game changer in today’s post MiFID II research environment.”

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