To assist asset managers and other fund distribution actors in their transition to a fully digital offering for investors, the FundsDLT platform is API enabled and SWIFT compatible. It can therefore interoperate with existing legacy systems and operational environments. This will ensure a smoother and a faster adoption of the blockchain technology for all actors.
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FundsDLT runs on Consensys Quorum, a permissioned enterprise blockchain based on Ethereum. The company’s mission is to reconnect investors and asset managers by helping all intermediaries in the distribution supply chain to streamline fund distribution operations through a market infrastructure based on distributed technologies.
Olivier Portenseigne, CEO of FundsDLT, commenting on the launch said: “Asset and wealth managers can now be able to have a stronger relationship with and more knowledge of the final investor while reducing costs. The data and insights inherent in a DLT infrastructure will also allow our clients to propose more personalized products and services and grow their client base.”
Giorgio Medda, Co-CEO and Global Head of Asset Management of Azimut, added: “We are pleased to work with this ground-breaking platform which has great potential for opening up investment funds to a broader public. This is a further step forward in our strategy of technological innovation in a wider fintech ecosystem that is clearly the future for investment fund distribution. Simplicity and efficiency in this area are extremely important to us and FundsDLT delivers.”
Martin Dobbins, Chairman of the Board of Directors of FundsDLT, said: “We are delighted with this launch and first onboarding. Retail investors have long been under-served by the asset management industry and we offer a new solution that puts the investor in the centre of the process. Additionally, for fund distribution professionals, a shared, cross-boundary infrastructure based on DLT opens opportunities for unlocking value, efficiency gains and cost reductions”.