Deutsche Bank Wealth Management teams up with fintech firm QPLIX

Maria Nikolova

Deutsche Bank acquires a minority stake in the fintech firm in order to support the further development and internationalisation of the QPLIX platform.

Deutsche Bank’s Wealth Management business and Munich-based fintech company QPLIX today announce a partnership focused on growing business with asset managers, family offices and other financial institutions such as pension funds.

Deutsche Bank’s Wealth Management will tap the capabilities of the QPLIX platform in order to provide its clients with access to a digital platform for the holistic management and control of large assets. In turn, QPLIX clients will gain access to around 100 data interfaces. The agreement will create one of the largest banking networks in Europe.

With the help of the QPLIX platform, Deutsche Private Port can for the first time map, analyse and manage all asset classes including illiquid investments such as real estate and private equity. Starting in Germany, the QPLIX software will serve as the basis for Deutsche Private Port, the digital investment office of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management.

Asset managers, family offices and other financial institutions can use it for:

  • Evaluation tools that provide cross-bank asset overviews of total assets with performance and risk analyses as well as warning systems for compliance with investment guidelines;
  • Access to modern evaluation views anytime, anywhere and from different devices;
  • Functions for creating report packages for information to asset holders and committees; and
  • Digital account opening for asset managers.

Deutsche Bank is supporting the further development and internationalisation of the QPLIX platform by acquiring a minority stake. The remaining shares will remain under the control of the three QPLIX founders – Kai Linde, Mathias Lindermeir and Philipp Pötzl.

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