25th Anniversary Coincides With Global Wealth Platform Launch in Asia

Windsor, Conn, USA - 13 March 2011

SS&C Technologies (Nasdaq:SSNC), a global provider of investment and financial software-enabled services and software, will mark its 25th anniversary and announce the launch of its Global Wealth Platform (GWP) in Asia at the upcoming Private Banking Conference in Singapore.

The Global Wealth Platform (GWP) platform is currently used by leading global banking and wealth management firms in North America, Europe and Australia. SS&C's GWP provides a secure web-based multi-currency wealth management platform to support all aspects of investment management from portfolio construction, modeling and trading, performance analytics, fee calculations and billing, advisor and client portals, reporting, and more.

Established Private Wealth Management firms such as Deutsche Bank, use Global Wealth Platform to manage their high net worth (HNW) and ultra high net worth (UHNW) client portfolios.

"Deutsche Bank provides the most up to date and accurate portfolio reporting to our clients. We do this through partnering with SS&C Technologies. Through their premium portfolio administration service, we successfully leverage the latest technology to streamline the delivery of our services to our clients. This gives us a real edge," said Elisabetta Trinca, Chief Operating Officer, Deutsche Bank PWM Australia.

"We are extremely proud of the contributions we've made to the global investment industry over the past 25 years," said Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SS&C Technologies. "Asia Pacific is a competitive environment for the wealth management industry, and rapid growth presents its own challenges in terms of advisor retention and cost inflation. SS&C's Global Wealth Platform is a robust and proven solution, expressly designed to increase advisor productivity, which we believe will resonate with private client managers in Asia."
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