JP Morgan and AccessFintech extend partnership
June 12, 2019
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AccessFintech, which delivers collaboration, transparency and control to the financial services industry, announces today that it has extended its partnership with JP Morgan to go live with a trade processing solution to provide real-time transparency and workflow to the firm's buy-side clients.

JP Morgan say its Securities Services business is the first custodian to collaborate with AccessFintech on the solution which provides real-time transparency into trade lifecycle statuses, standardized commentary and shared bi-directional workflow for buy-side clients. 

It says these real-time transaction statuses will significantly reduce the time needed to be spent by buy-side operations teams to monitor multiple internal tools and custodian portals and reduces the need for calling brokers and custodians to get updates.

The solution has been in bilateral testing with select buy-side clients and is now in process of a global deployment, says JP Morgan. Following the collaboration with its Securities Services business, AccessFintech will be extending the service to other custodians, it adds.





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AccessFintech, which delivers collaboration, transparency and control to the financial services industry, announces today that it has extended its partnership with JP Morgan to go live with a trade processing solution to provide real-time transparency and workflow to the firm's buy-side clients.

JP Morgan say its Securities Services business is the first custodian to collaborate with AccessFintech on the solution which provides real-time transparency into trade lifecycle statuses, standardized commentary and shared bi-directional workflow for buy-side clients. 

It says these real-time transaction statuses will significantly reduce the time needed to be spent by buy-side operations teams to monitor multiple internal tools and custodian portals and reduces the need for calling brokers and custodians to get updates.

The solution has been in bilateral testing with select buy-side clients and is now in process of a global deployment, says JP Morgan. Following the collaboration with its Securities Services business, AccessFintech will be extending the service to other custodians, it adds.



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