NEX Optimisation, which helps clients reduce complexity and optimise resources across the transaction lifecycle, announces today that triResolve Margin now has over 100 clients.
As global margin regulations continue to reshape the derivatives markets, companies have come to understand more clearly the benefits of adopting triResolve Margin to solve their operational challenges; moving from manual to more efficient processes.
The web-based collateral management service is currently serving a broad range of sell side and buy side firms including dealers, regional banks, asset servicers, fund managers, insurance companies and corporates. Clients include Groupe La Francaise, Schroder & Co Bank AG, FHLBank Topeka, Leonteq and Deutsche Telekom.
Launched in June 2016, triResolve Margin has experienced rapid growth in just over one year. This growth is expected to continue as companies reassess their collateral management processes in the new regulatory environment.
By leveraging the triResolve portfolio reconciliation service, triResolve Margin is unique in its ability to bring transparency and provide a truly automated margin call process. With advanced dispute analytics and a cost effective pricing model, triResolve Margin enables firms to increase operational efficiencies and focus on regulatory compliance.
Raf Pritchard, CEO of triResolve, said: “We are seeing an acceleration of client adoption as the impact of the new margin rules is felt. The wide range of companies using triResolve Margin is testament to how versatile the service is and how it appeals to all types of institutions. It is an easy, accessible, low cost solution to achieve compliance, focus on risk rather than process, and manage resources efficiently.”
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