Indus Valley Partners Enhances Treasury Platform

Jun 24 2015 | 10:38am ET

Indus Valley Partners, a provider of technology solutions to alternative asset managers, has launched IVP Treasury and Treasury managed services, a single platform that provides hedge funds the opportunity to manage the economics of their PB relationships (RoA) and overall portfolio financing needs.

IVP Treasury brings together best-in-class technology to help alternative asset managers track, control and optimize their treasury functions. Starting with automation and analytics as key focus areas, IVP Treasury helps funds to manage collateral and margin, automate cash management and wires, and hedge FX exposures across their portfolios.

“Asset managers need to take a 'holistic' approach to financing; incorporating long and short rates, credit lines, swaps and cash. With IVP Treasury a hedge fund can optimally allocate financing across counterparties,” said Gurvinder Singh, CEO and co-founder of Indus Valley Partners.

Founded in 2000, Indus Valley Partners includes 20 of the top 50 global hedge funds among its client base and $850 billion, representing over 25% of global hedge fund AUM, is managed using IVP technology.

Specializing in portfolio management technology for alternative asset managers, IVP provides flexible and modular solutions that can be tailored to the specific requirements of any portfolio or fund.

IVP employs more than 380 developers, associates, and analysts servicing clients globally from offices in New York, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, London, New Delhi, and Mumbai.

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