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Mondrian Investment Partners Completes Rapid Deployment of Curium

Curium Data Systems, the data management technology company, today announced that Mondrian Investment Partners Limited has implemented the Curium data management platform to control its security master process and data quality management within Investment Operations.  The implementation project took just three months from initiation to go live.

The Curium toolset provides Mondrian with master data processing for their key data sets including security, price and exchange rates.  In addition to data set up, mastering and maintenance, Curium also monitors data quality across Mondrian's investment accounting system, providing the users with powerful investigation and workflow tools.

Jason Andrews, Investment Administration Manager at Mondrian Investment Partners Limited said: "Having better business controls and oversight of data is a key requirement for all firms who want to meet higher standards of data governance and risk management.  Curium gives the business users within our Data Management team enhanced visibility and exceptions based controls over how we master and use data across the firm.  With Curium we have the process and platform we need to ensure that our key investment accounting structured data sets continue to meet the ongoing needs of the business.  The Curium platform also gives us the opportunity to add other systems and data sets over time."

Andrew Sexton, Sales and Marketing Director at Curium added: "Achieving this enhanced level of data management processing in such a short time is a remarkable achievement and a glowing testament to the skills of the Mondrian staff and the innovation of the Curium toolset." Sexton added: "When business users can see and understand how data is constructed, used and constantly monitor whether it is still fit for purpose then the firm is in much better shape to meet its regulatory and governance pressures."