WeTrust Asset Management adopts Refinitiv’s end-to-end trading workflow and data solutions

Maria Nikolova

Refinitiv’s integrated front-to-back solution optimises newly launched Singapore-based hedge fund’s investment process.

Provider of financial market data and infrastructure Refinitiv announced today that Singapore-based hedge fund, WeTrust Asset Management, has adopted its end-to-end trading workflow and data solutions to support its investment management operations.

Comprising of Eikon, AlphaDesk and REDI EMS, Refinitiv provides WeTrust with a multi-broker, cross asset, electronic execution platform whilst equipping the firm with automated pre-post trade compliance, integrated risk, modelling, rebalancing and live P&L for order management. This is all in addition to Eikon terminals providing research and analytics accessibility in an integrated offering. From a back office perspective, Refinitiv also facilitates the firm with its historical transactions, automated reconciliation with counterparties, performance and reporting alongside shadow NAV, dividends, corporate actions and much more.

“We are delighted to be part of WeTrust’s growth journey in Asia and to support their operations as the fund grows. Our cloud-based platform offers a one-stop-shop solution for hedge fund managers, providing a seamless path to implementation and integration, yielding significant cost-savings and agility for our professionals across the buy-side community,” said Paul Palackel, Business Director, Trading Solutions at Refinitiv.

He added, “WeTrust’s adoption of Refinitiv’s solutions also comes in line with our strategic vision to expand our offerings as Singapore’s financial sector continues to grow and evolve. We aim to help clients get up and running in the region efficiently by delivering a scalable front-to-back solution that is flexible, compliant and interoperable.”

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