Aqua Global and eurobase team up to support treasury operations

Nick Fernando, director at Aqua Global Solutions

Aqua Global Solutions and eurobase International have announced a partnership to provide an end-to-end Treasury, eTrading and Payment offering for the banking and corporate markets. eurobase and Aqua Global set out to deliver modern day treasury solutions for a commercially viable price, which represents a market advantage against large tech firms.

The solution will focus of management of FIs’ sales desks and treasury trading operations right through to execution and settlement. It encompasses full front to back treasury operations support from initiating client contacts, order management, pricing, quoting and deal execution, settlement, and integration with SWIFT.

The offering allows for firms to enhance their customer service by controlling pricing and dealer intervention, while ensuring full compliance with best execution policies and regulations such as MiFID II. Clients can also opt to add client-facing white-labelled portals across a wide range of asset classes. Cloud systems will be deployed to assist firms with IT constraints to benefit from a fast on-boarding process.

“We are delighted to be able to jointly offer the market a more rounded, complete treasury solution in partnership with the experienced specialists at eurobase,” said Nick Fernando, director at Aqua Global Solutions, in a statement. “This exciting collaboration has already resulted in a lot of interest both as an onsite deployment and using the Software as a Service advantages of hosting.

“It is a pleasure to be engaging in this collaboration with the team at Aqua Global,” commented Joe Locke, CEO for banking and insurance at eurobase. “Our Front Office Treasury Management Solution, ‘siena’, coupled with the Aqua Global ‘e2gen’ suite of financial management software offers a compelling solution. siena supports treasurers and sales trading operations seeking to reduce risk and maximise profits in difficult market conditions of low yields and tighter margins.”

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