NeoXam IBOR dramatically improves buy-side firms’ operating models in many ways
Risk and compliance
Operational risk under control – through automation, Risk and compliance – as IBOR is the go-to place for accurate positions, it is the natural source to feed risk, compliance and performance systems.
Independence, operational agility – IBOR reduces reliance on legacy systems by facilitating their replacement without impacting the incumbent, Scalability, paving the way for growth – eliminating the bottlenecks associated with manual processing, IBOR enables organizations to expand their business, in terms of geographical zones, asset classes or number of funds.
Data quality, consistency, thoroughness – the key to informed investment decisions through a centralized, managed platform, Timeliness – everything happens in real-time, instead of batch processing
NeoXam IBOR delivers real-time positions which cover the needs of even the most demanding organizations
Multi-asset classes – advanced instrument modelling capabilities and configurability enable users to support virtually any asset class, Multi-location – available 24 hours a day, as end-of-day processing is executed per geographical region. “Pass-the-book” trading is supported.
Powerful features for Investment Operations
Transaction lifecycle, Position lifecycle, Corporate actions, Reconciliation
Industry-leading data management
Data modelling, Business processes and workflows, Data enrichment, Data lineage and auditability, Analysis and operational reporting, Connectivity
NeoXam IBOR is built with a data-centric approach, relying on NeoXam Data Hub – our powerful enterprise data management system. It therefore comes with built-in data quality features, golden copies, flexible workflows, as well as seamless connectivity to third party systems.
Having accurate and timely position data from a single source allows investment teams to focus on their added-value business instead of wasting time gathering data from different sources. As such, IBOR dramatically improves organizations’ operating models and is a key component in a growth-oriented strategy.