In April 2017, we were the first company to move into the Rise London fintech building. Our rapidly expanding team meant that we undertook three office moves within the building and after moving from the fifth to the third and finally to the first floor, gaining our own much used meeting room and enjoying all the facilities Rise offered, the time came for us to move on.
We spoke at a recent cloud technology event run by Velocity, the FinTech innovation hub and accelerator of the Investment Association. Chris Brook, one of our founders and senior engineers, spoke on a panel with AWS, Schroders and Hentsū about the drivers, barriers and opportunities that present through cloud based infrastructure. They discussed:
On a recent cycle ride, a fellow cyclist asked me what FINBOURNE does. Before I could reply a friend interjected with “FINBOURNE is building a ‘Strava’ for investment data”.
We are delighted to announce a partnership with Thomson Reuters who will be using our cloud based advanced investment management platform, LUSID®, for its client and transaction data. Our 18 month anniversary has just passed, so what better way to celebrate than to partner with the world’s leading source of news and information for professional markets.
We read with interest a recent survey released by Alpha FMC revealing that asset managers see digital transformation as a top priority but two-thirds are slowed down by legacy systems and culture clashes.
At FINBOURNE, we are proud to work with some of the world’s leading asset managers and servicers who are pushing the boundaries of innovation, challenging the status quo and using technology as a real driver in helping transform their businesses.
Everyone knows that data is important, but do we really appreciate how important access to correct data is for the successful execution of an investment strategy?
FINBOURNE Technology launches LUSID™ a revolutionary replacement software system for the asset management industry.
Huge amounts of money are being spent on bolt-on regulatory technology. Why don’t we embrace the capabilities of our digital infrastructure and allow the data required by regulation to be gathered as part of the core business process. I worry that a lot of the RegTech industry is just barking up the wrong tree.
In our last piece, we said we would talk more about “transactions” being the meta-solution to a swathe of investment industry challenges. We hope this post sheds some more light on what we have been working on and how it could make your life as an investment professional easier.