Acquisition expands Broadridge's Capital Markets into the front office and strengthens multi-asset capabilities, while driving additional global scale and ability to serve clients world-wide.
Broadridge Financial Solutions, a global Fintech leader, has completed its previously announced acquisition of Itiviti Holding AB ("Itiviti"), a leading provider of trading and connectivity technology to the capital markets industry. The acquisition enhances Broadridge's position as a global Fintech leader and significantly strengthens Broadridge's Capital Markets franchise. It extends Broadridge's market leading back office capabilities into the front office and deepens its multi-asset class solutions, better enabling the company to help financial institutions adapt to a rapidly evolving marketplace. The addition of Itiviti's footprint in APAC and EMEA also increases Broadridge's scale outside of North America to better serve global clients.
Itiviti is a leading global capital markets technology service provider offering highly scalable solutions that financial institutions use to consolidate their trading infrastructure, driving significant cost savings. With offices in 16 countries, Itiviti serves 24 of the top 25 global investment banks and over 2,000 leading brokers, trading firms and asset managers across 50 countries. Itiviti's solutions and services provide financial institutions with comprehensive tools for connectivity and flexible, cross-asset trading solutions that cover the full trade lifecycle.
Itiviti will become part of Broadridge's Global Technology and Operations segment and its senior management team, led by CEO Rob Mackay, will remain with the company to drive future growth.
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