Profile opens Swiss office

Source: Profile

PROFILE Group, a leading provider of financial software solutions, expands its operations by opening a new representative office in Switzerland. The Geneva-based office aims at serving the needs of the local Private Banking community with PROFILE's state-of-the-art systems.

This expansion comes as a result of the growing demand for advanced Banking and Wealth Management solutions in the region, which has traditionally been home to the world's leading and specialised private banking organisations.

PROFILE will be providing flexible, scalable and customisable solutions covering the whole spectrum of Swiss Investment Management including Private Wealth Management, Personal Banking, Asset and Fund Management, as well as Custody through the advanced IMSplus and FMS platforms. The solutions are fully modular and can be seamlessly integrated to any IT environment according to client needs. They include best business practices and cutting-edge technology empowering Banks, Family Offices and Asset & Fund Managers to boost their sales and revenue processes while keeping cost and operations risk at a minimum.

PROFILE is staffing the new office with local, expert and motivated professionals who will be able to identify the emerging opportunities in Switzerland as well as in the surrounding countries, for presenting and demonstrating the functionality-rich FMS and IMSplus platforms.

According to Mr. C. Stasinopoulos, PROFILE's President and CEO: "Following our incessant research and consistent growth over the past 20 years, we feel that our solutions for the Banking and Wealth Management sectors are proven and mature not only meeting but also exceeding the expectations of the local Swiss market for next generation investment management platforms"

PROFILE invests heavily in international operations as an integral part of its strategy. The company already has presence in 3 continents, holding a prominent position in the local Investment Management software arena with focused expansion in carefully selected regions.

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