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peterevans to showcase middle office system at Sibos

14 September 2004  |  4099 views  |  0 Source: peterevans

The global financial services industry will be given its first glimpse of peterevans' new middle office product at Sibos 2004 in Atlanta (11-15 October).

The new Fund Management system will link to the Company's existing TRACS back office functions, and is scheduled for a full launch in February 2005. It will support a wide range of third party back office systems used by banks and financial institutions.

Sibos 2004 delegates will be given advance previews of the product at the Company's fully interactive display stand at the event, with one-to-one presentations by the peterevans team who will advise and explain its functionality.

"The peterevans approach is highly focused on smooth integration between the back and middle office," said peterevans Managing Director Dr Mike Foley.

"The success of our back office system TRACS has led to increased calls for a multi-entity, multi-currency web-enabled fund management offering which operates in real time and ensures smooth and easy reporting for fund managers."

He said the new offering will provide a real-time solution with powerful calculation engines capable of handling portfolio valuations, performance measurement and modelling, capital gains tax calculations and automatic order generation. Output will be displayed via a thin client, in both tabular and graphical formats, giving a comprehensive analysis of portfolio performance.

"We're excited by the opportunities that creating and developing this new system afford us. peterevans' technical support and development teams are working as a unit to bring this project to fruition - their expertise will ensure that we have one of the best and most effective products on the market next year," added Dr Mike Foley.

"It's also good news for private investors - the system will be configured to ensure accuracy of data and give financial advisors the confidence to impart accurate information to clients."

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