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Brazilian investment manager Dynamo Administracao de Recursos goes live on Eze OMS

19 February 2014  |  754 views  |  0 Source: Eze Software Group

Eze Software Group, a premier provider of global investment technology, today announced that Rio de Janeiro-based Dynamo Administração de Recursos LTDA is now live on its award-winning order management system, the Eze OMS™.

Founded in 1993, Dynamo is one of the oldest independent asset managers in Brasil. Dynamo leverages Eze Software's Eze OMS to facilitate front-to-back straight-through-processing for both the off-shore and domestic Brasilian strategies.

In partnership with Dynamo, Eze Software tropicalized its industry-leading Eze OMS solution to address the characteristics of Brasilian asset classes and the workflows demanded by market participants.

"Dynamo was looking for a technology solution that would support varying asset class nuances and the region's unique workflows, while also offering them a long-term solution for centralizing and streamlining operational processes," said A.J. DeRosa, managing director and co-head of global sales at Eze Software Group. "The Eze OMS provides Dynamo with extensive workflows for portfolio modeling, allocation management, and electronic trading as well as configurable pre-and post-trade compliance alerts and reports that can be customized from thousands of analytics and system fields to help manage investor requirements."

Along with the recent implementation of the Eze OMS, Dynamo will continue to use Eze Software's Tradar PMS™ for real-time, multi-asset class portfolio modeling and accounting support.

Eze Software continues to expand its presence in Latin America, and expects strong growth across all three business lines in 2014. 

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