Omnium, a provider of administration and middle office services for financial institutions, announced the launch of OmniumAccess, a suite of software that offers real-time data access and streamlined operational processing.
"We developed OmniumAccess in response to client and investor demand for greater transparency, flexibility and automation," said John Buckley, president of Omnium. "With this platform, Omnium has revolutionized the interaction between client and administrator by providing our clients with a web-delivered, real-time platform to manage data and workflows across all of their strategies and asset classes."
OmniumAccess provides clients with direct access to their data and the processes that support their entire post-trade lifecycle. OmniumAccess applications include: transaction management; portfolio monitoring; reference data; cash management; position and portfolio valuation; and access to custom and standard reports.
"We are not aware of any other administrator whose offering provides the broad-based capabilities of the OmniumAccess platform," Ken Nadel, Chief Operating Officer of Wolverine Asset Management, added in a release. "This cutting-edge technology, combined with superior service and domain expertise, allows us to manage data and interact with Omnium in a customized, systematic and efficient manner."
Key offerings of OmniumAccess include transparency, with the ability to access, configure and manage live data across current and historical transactions, positions, prices, P&L and reference data; streamlined workflows, which maximize efficiency with optimized workflows across all asset classes for security set-up, trade capture, transaction, position, valuation and cash management, and risk integration, with data mapping to numerous risk management systems for streamlined risk analytics. Melanie Rodier has worked as a print and broadcast journalist for over 10 years, covering business and finance, general news, and film trade news. Prior to joining Wall Street & Technology in April 2007, Melanie lived in Paris, where she worked for the International Herald ... View Full Bio