14 February 2016

Mizuho Trust & Banking (Luxembourg) signs for SimCorp Dimension

12 June 2014  |  1057 views  |  0 Source: SimCorp

SimCorp, a leading provider of investment management solutions and services for the global financial services industry, has announced that Mizuho Trust & Banking (Luxembourg) S.A. ("MHTBL") has chosen SimCorp Dimension as its new integrated software solution.

MHTBL is a major player in the international financial industry offering global custody, fund administration and securities agency services to its clients. MHTBL will use SimCorp Dimension to support its business, in particular, enabling compliance with both EMIR and AIFMD regulations.

Having conducted a thorough selection process, MHTBL selected SimCorp Dimension for its ability to meet the company's comprehensive requirements and support MHTBL's future growth ambitions.

Commenting on the agreement, Mr. Toru Horie, Managing Director and CEO at MHTBL said: "We have chosen SimCorp Dimension because of its successful track record, and because we believe that it is the best solution to help us meet the vast regulatory demands of the industry."

Hans Otto Engkilde, Managing Director SimCorp Benelux said: "The agreement with MHTBL is a testament to SimCorp's offering and commitment to the market. We very much look forward to working with MHTBL in the future." 

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