Landwitschaftlicher Versicherungsverein Munster (LVM) has chosen SimCorp Dimension to handle its asset management activities. The front-to-back solution will be unite the German bank’s system for portfolio management. LVM said the main reason for choosing SimCorp’s investment management system was the fact that it is a fully integrated solution. LVM also said that the system’s capabilities in the area of asset management and risk control, as well as its handling of the continuously increasing legal requirements were crucial to its decision.
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