Answering the market demand for integrated trading, operations and risk management solutions, Summit welcomes 16 new clients to its client portfolio Summit continued to make great strides in the European marketplace, welcoming Credito Italiano, Bank of Ireland, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Bayeriche Landesbank, Abbey National Financial Products and Den Danske Bank as clients. The company’s North American success included a leading global investment bank, a top-ten global bank and Harvard Management Company. Summit strengthened its presence within the Japanese marketplace by signing Sakura Bank, Mitsui Trust & Banking Company, Nomura Bank International, and Yasuda Trust & Banking Company. Clients cited Summit’s advanced portfolio analytics, straight-through-processing capability, superior interfacing tools, open and easily extendible data model along with their ability to concisely measure portfolio risk across the enterprise as key factors in the selection process. Summit’s record of successful implementations was also a noted criterion.
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