CACEIS adds to international fund distribution offer
July 16, 2018

CACEIS reports this morning that it is enhancing the solutions which underpin its fund distribution offer in North America, Latin America and Asia. It says it is doing this by optimizing order processing managed by the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) and Taiwan Depositary and Clearing Corporation (TDCC) platforms and expanding its connectivity offering to local investors and distributors.

The NSCC links US brokers to investment fund transfer agents, it adds. The platform allows them to automatically manage subscriptions, redemptions, exchanges and transfers of units as well as the collection of commission.

At the same time, CACEIS says, it is expanding its distribution solutions offer in Asian markets by automating its links with the TDCC platform.

Joe Saliba, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, commented: "As a strategic partner, CACEIS is committed to innovation for its clients. These new features complement both the fund distribution offering and the CACEIS global delivery model, which are specifically designed to facilitate the distribution of funds around the world, 24/7, from our entities in Europe, North America and Hong Kong."





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CACEIS reports this morning that it is enhancing the solutions which underpin its fund distribution offer in North America, Latin America and Asia. It says it is doing this by optimizing order processing managed by the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) and Taiwan Depositary and Clearing Corporation (TDCC) platforms and expanding its connectivity offering to local investors and distributors.

The NSCC links US brokers to investment fund transfer agents, it adds. The platform allows them to automatically manage subscriptions, redemptions, exchanges and transfers of units as well as the collection of commission.

At the same time, CACEIS says, it is expanding its distribution solutions offer in Asian markets by automating its links with the TDCC platform.

Joe Saliba, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, commented: "As a strategic partner, CACEIS is committed to innovation for its clients. These new features complement both the fund distribution offering and the CACEIS global delivery model, which are specifically designed to facilitate the distribution of funds around the world, 24/7, from our entities in Europe, North America and Hong Kong."



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