Speed, certainty and savings will all be better realised if middle- and back-offices are set up to support digital assets.
Real-time, event-driven processing technology has underpinned the front-office for many years, indeed decades, but many other parts of capital markets including risk management, continues to rely on batch-driven processing.
Ten years feels like a lifetime in financial technology. When we founded Torstone in 2011, the sell-side’s main focus was investment in the front office, largely leaving back-office functions to gather dust. We saw a problem that needed to be addressed,…
The nascent cryptocurrency and digital asset markets will test legacy back-office architectures to destruction.
Adopting a componentised architecture lets a bank move with the rules, and ahead of client appetite.
Better Client Servicing Hinges upon an Efficient, Adaptable Cost-effective Back Office as Digital Assets Become Mainstream.
Banks across both developed and emerging markets can gain significant operational advantages over their peers, by streamlining…