Princeton Financial Systems, a provider of investment accounting, investment compliance, data management, performance measurement, and reporting solutions to the global investment industry, has entered into a partnership with Gestión Inteligente (Gesintel), a Chilean company focussed on providing solutions for investment compliance and financial risk management. The partnership makes Gesintel Princeton Financial’s exclusive distributors in Chile for business development and support for MIG21, Princeton Financial’s investment compliance and risk monitoring solution.
Princeton Financial chose Gesintel because of its technical expertise in the financial markets.
“Chile represents a very important market for Princeton Financial,” said Scott Ferrante, senior vice president (SVP) and chief operating officer (COO) of Princeton Financial. “Given the broad application of strict mandatory plan participation rules, all financial institutions are impacted by complicated compliance requirements. There is a large demand for a product like MIG21, and Gesintel understands that.”
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