FundConnect, a European fund data infrastructure offering KIID production, web solutions, PDF fact sheets and custom fund data and document distribution, announced today the completion of KIID production and implementation of a web document library for an American asset manager who has recently entered the European market.
The client, a company with over 80 years of asset management experience and currently managing over 130 billion USD, selected FundConnect after an RFP process. The deciding factors were value for money and “responsiveness and thoroughness during the selection process.” FundConnect successfully implemented the entire KIID production process and web solution within a single month.
“Using FundConnect ‘s technology and market knowledge makes sense, especially for fund companies just entering Europe, because we provide a full range of data and technology services that can be leveraged to cover all of their new European data needs. We can ensure a quick time to market by plugging in our existing mature product modules and services, and can provide services that are less expensive than internal development or competitors.” explains Anthony Koch Miranti, International Relationship Manager at FundConnect.
Carsten Mahler, CEO of FundConnect comments, “Our technology has been developed and refined over the last 12 years, and our extensive experience in building and running the Danish fund data infrastructure, FundCollect, has honed our applications and services, making them some of the most flexible and automated in Europe. At every stage of the process we have invested heavily in actively utilising efficiency synergies and automation to meet our clients’ goals and obligations, and it has paid off, as we have high profile customers throughout Europe and a series of very key partnerships, both with industry bodies but also other commercial players who distribute our technology and products. We welcome our new client in to our infrastructure and look forward to working with them for years to come to minimize their costs and maximize their productivity.”