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TransFICC Featured in The Financial Technologist Magazine

TransFICC Featured in The Financial Technologist Magazine

Here are a some excerpts -

"Fast forward to today, and the pace of change has accelerated, as banks and the buy-side also focus on automating workflows, to reduce costs, scale businesses and manage risk. Additionally, trading firms want applications deployed faster, with more flexibility to work as part of a modular solution. This is often driven by clear legacy vendor migration deadlines."

"It’s a cliché but it’s true – our success comes from our people. We have a very detailed hiring process, but once people have joined, we want them to stay. We give them autonomy, the opportunity to learn, to see ideas valued, to be involved in new enhancements and to see the end results deployed with clients. These values help to drive our continued growth."


Many thanks to Harrington Starr for including our comments. A great read for anyone interested in Capital Markets FinTech.

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