TradeTech Consulting, a provider of consulting services to the Nordic treasury, asset management and capital markets space, has assumed responsibility for Landshypotek’s treasury environment, the Wallstreet Suite (formerly known as Trema’s FinanceKIT). Stockholm-based Landshypotek is a member-owned credit institution that provides first mortgage loans to owners of properties in the segments of forest land, residential farms, and production farms.
TradeTech has provided business and technical application support through TradeTech Business Support since 1 January 2010.
“We needed a flexible support partner with outstanding Wallstreet Suite experience and preferably with a local presence. We were very impressed by TradeTech’s business expertise and their sophisticated business support service,” said Åsa Hultlöv, risk analyst at Landshypotek. “TradeTech’s agility and sense of urgency were also impressive; we signed the contract on 1 December and were up and running by 1 January. After one month with TradeTech, we are very satisfied with the level of support they have delivered.”
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