GLOBAL - Trema, a provider of strategic technology solutions and management consulting services, yesterday announced that Finance KIT, its straight-through processing treasury, risk and asset management solution, now offers extended functionality.
The new version 5.1, which is especially aimed at large and mid-sized banks, sees improvements made to its integrated workflow engine, caters for the improved management of call money and call accounts and introduces asset/mortgage backed securities. It also provides links to external libraries for the valuation of a broader range of instruments.
Takis Hinaris, director of banking segment, Trema, said: The introduction of Finance KIT 5.1 offers a much better solution for the banking sector. We can now offer a more powerful front-to-back office solution with a wider catalogue of instruments as well as new general ledger functionality.”
Trema's clients include ABN Amro, Aegon, Deutsche Bundesbank, European Central Bank, ING Investment Management, Sampo, and SEB.
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