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FIS Apex Securities Finance

FIS' Apex Securities Finance is designed to help customers manage their entire range of repo and securities borrowing and lending requirements, for fixed income and equity products.

Apex Securities Finance provides a fast, reliable and scalable architecture that brings together trading activity across your firm and aggregates this information in real-time. It helps you consolidate your global inventory across multiple products, regions, countries, trading desks and legal entities.

For over 30 years, FIS has been at the heart of the Securities Finance industry. In that time, more than 140 customers have trusted us to help them take advantage of every major market trend, opportunity and transformation. FIS’ expertise, size and scale of organization enable us to support mission-critical repo and securities borrowing/ lending technology for top global firms and local or specialist institutions around the world. For more information, visit


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