Etos, a treasury services outsourcing firm for New Zealand corporations, has selected Reval’s web-based solution as its treasury management system (TMS). In addition, Etos has also entered into an agreement to operate as a local reselling partner for Reval in New Zealand.
Etos will use the Reval software-as-a-servce (SaaS) solution to service its client’s wide range of treasury reporting requirements that includes risk reporting, derivative valuations and hedge accounting.
“Etos are delighted to work with Reval at a time when treasury functions are becoming increasingly more significant and transparent within organisations. Reval’s global presence, in-depth product offering and award-winning dynamic technology make it the right choice for Etos and our clients to meet evolving market requirements,” said Richard Eaddy, managing director at Etos.
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