Banco de Crédito Helm Financial Services (BDC), headquartered in Bogotá, Colombia, has licensed the Spectrum Treasury System from Financial
Software Systems for managing its treasury activities in Colombia, Panamá and the Cayman Islands.
To service its international corporate business and its wealth management and private banking clients, BDC licensed Spectrum’s foreign exchange, structured notes, bond, and equity modules. BDC will use Spectrum for all aspects of its treasury operations, from trade capture in the front office, to risk management in the middle office to trade processing in the back office. BDC has also licensed Spectrum’s Reporting Portal, which will allow BDC’s clients to see the results of their trading and investment activities in real-time over the Internet.
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