Broadridge Integrates FundApps’ Compliance Technology

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Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: BR), and FundApps, announced the integration of FundApps’ regulatory compliance technology with Broadridge’s buy-side portfolio and order management solution. Broadridge’s clients will benefit from a unique regulatory compliance solution that addresses managers’ needs across shareholder disclosures, sensitive industry monitoring and position limit reporting, removing operational challenges in their search for alpha.

 

One Broadridge and FundApps client is BennBridge, a multi-boutique investment firm that strategically partners with fund managers. “We deal across multiple global equity markets and, as a result, are continually faced with changes to regulatory compliance requirements that can create complex challenges. By using the FundApps solution, integrated with Broadridge’s portfolio and order management system, we are able to automate many facets of our substantial shareholding disclosure process,” said Ben Battye, Head of Operations, BennBridge. “This allows us to focus our time on other critical parts of the business.”

 

Broadridge’s portfolio and order management solution offers an integrated approach to modeling and executing trades and tracking portfolios in real-time, and helps firms ensure their compliance and operations are up to date. Global hedge fund and asset management clients utilize Broadridge’s automated processes to improve data quality and manage compliance requirements, allowing them to focus on earning returns for clients. Now they will benefit from FundApps’ compliance-as-a-service solution that automates compliance monitoring and reporting.

The combined capabilities will provide clients the ability to leverage a fully automated interface that will support the daily updating of client holdings in the FundApps system, and maintain a complete and up-to-date global database of companies and regulatory rules. The enhanced platform offers solutions to clients seeking to avoid fines and reputational damage, reduce reporting time, retire legacy software and prove their adherence to regulatory requirements.

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