StreetDirector has been launched as the latest addition to Financial Technologies International’s (FTI) suite of integrated enterprise applications. StreetDirector is a global transaction lifecycle processing engine for managing and controlling transaction workflows. StreetDirector is currently live at two customer sites and is available to both new and existing customers, according to FTI. StreetDirector manages the automation of executed cash, securities, foreign exchange or other financial transactions from initiation in the front office through to settlement and custody. FTI added that the platform’s open architecture allows users to exchange trade information with both internal systems and external parties such as custodians and depositories.
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