Enfusion Helps Hedge Funds Comply With OTC Clearing Requirements

Apr 8 2013 | 8:47am ET

Enfusion, a provider of hosted portfolio and risk management solutions for hedge funds and alternative investment firms, has recently connected its platform, Integráta, with MarkitSERV MTM to help clients comply with mandatory clearing requirements for OTC derivatives dictated by the Dodd-Frank Act.

Clients are now able to monitor trade matching and routing to the clearing houses. It also accommodates trade netting to mirror the clearing houses’ risk compression processes.

Makrem Boumlouka, executive vice president, said: "This solution gives clients fully integrated workflows for centrally cleared OTC trades. It is a logical step in our product development trajectory, as it allows us assist our clients to comply with new regulation while increasing efficiencies and reducing operational risks."

Tarek Hammoud, managing partner, added: "Our clients are moving toward more integrated processes and want to leverage on our platform’s strengths with its dual facets: technology and operations."


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