SITQ, a real estate investment firm and subsidiary of la Caisse des dépôts et placements du Québec, has deployed FinlogiK’s system for debt management, foreign exchange (FX) and managing financial risks, which will help better support the future growth of SITQ’s activities.
With FinlogiK, business and operational processes are faster and more efficient. Thus, members of the treasury team at SITQ can now spend less time worrying about operational trade management issues and more time analysing the information to make better decisions.
“Over our 10 year business relationship, the quality of FinlogiK’s support and their constructive approach to creating business solutions to address our issues has helped us from planning to implementation. FinlogiK stands above the competition in the niche of specialty finance and treasury software,” said Michel Borduas, treasurer, SITQ.
FinlogiK is a straight-through processing (STP) trade and portfolio management system designed for the buy-side to support derivatives and securities transactions.
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