Allfunds to launch EF service
May 16, 2017

Technology specialist Allfunds says it is to launch a new exchange-traded fund service on its platform on June 1 following an ambitious digital strategy, continuous innovation drive and focus on wealth management shifts post-MIFID II (markets in financial instruments directive II). It says the B2B (business-to-business) platform will enable investors to enhance their ability to diversify sources of return.

In an era driven by technological innovation, the new service will offer Europe's largest fund distribution network, multiple investment options, so making it possible for financial institutions to offer new investment solutions and strategies to their customers, adds Allfunds.

Allfunds says the move is significant in the digital evolution of the financial industry given that the company will provide wealth managers with a single point of access, using standardized processes for all ETFs and mutual fund transactions through their existing reporting and custody frameworks. Existing funds' services will therefore be supplemented with ETF-focused services relating to execution, reporting, information and research.





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Technology specialist Allfunds says it is to launch a new exchange-traded fund service on its platform on June 1 following an ambitious digital strategy, continuous innovation drive and focus on wealth management shifts post-MIFID II (markets in financial instruments directive II). It says the B2B (business-to-business) platform will enable investors to enhance their ability to diversify sources of return.

In an era driven by technological innovation, the new service will offer Europe's largest fund distribution network, multiple investment options, so making it possible for financial institutions to offer new investment solutions and strategies to their customers, adds Allfunds.

Allfunds says the move is significant in the digital evolution of the financial industry given that the company will provide wealth managers with a single point of access, using standardized processes for all ETFs and mutual fund transactions through their existing reporting and custody frameworks. Existing funds' services will therefore be supplemented with ETF-focused services relating to execution, reporting, information and research.



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