State Street reported two new Alpha deals, including LGIM and Invesco, as well as five Alpha client mandates that went live at the end of the second quarter.
According to Eurex, giving a greater range of market participants direct clearing house access will deliver tangible efficiencies to their repo operations.
The new platform is the latest innovation from SS&C Technologies after it launched GIDS, its new-look transfer agency and investor services platform last year.
The partnership is the latest by JP Morgan as it looks to provide full investment lifecycle data products to its buy-side clients.
The tool from HSBC will allow asset managers to assess the effectiveness of hedging strategies and will be integrated with the bank’s single dealer platform later this year.
The French asset manager giant said its new Amundi Technology line will become a new growth driver, with a predicted revenue of €150 million within five years.
The new capability is the next step in State Street’s goal to encourage buy-side clients sto participate in peer-to-peer trading activities in the securities finance market.
The deal will integrate EDS decision support tools with Northern Trust’s core technology platform, providing it with new data science capabilities.