28 November 2015

Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities expands use of SunGard Valdi

15 July 2014  |  876 views  |  0 Source: SunGard Financial Systems

Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities has expanded its use of SunGard's Valdi to help achieve greater operational efficiency through an integrated software and services approach for needs ranging from connectivity to trading screens and downstream system interfacing.

SunGard's Valdi is able to provide multi-market trading with a single multi-asset trading terminal for both derivatives instruments based on Japanese Government Bonds and interest rate futures products in a fully managed and secure environment. Running Valdi on a hosted basis helps Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities optimize operational costs, capitalize on SunGard's services expertise, and freeing up resources through outsourcing helps the firm concentrate on core business strategies that drive growth.

"SunGard's Valdi offers a cost-effective and efficient way for our traders and clients to access the TFX and JPX systems in a seamless, stable and secure manner. SunGard has demonstrated strong expertise and knowledge of the Japanese markets, and its focus on reducing total cost of ownership led us to select Valdi to help Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities gain a new competitive advantage in the marketplace." - Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities

"SunGard's Valdi solutions are helping growing firms like Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities to implement and leverage the latest technology on their home exchange. In a dynamic economic environment subject to technology changes such as Japan's, the ability to offer clients direct access to trading venues in a fully secure and managed fashion will help firms to achieve new competitive advantages and growth. " - Bruno Abrioux, senior vice president, Japan, SunGard

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