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Linedata launches hedge fund technology platform

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: Linedata, a global technology firm has launched a new hedge fund technology platform. Linedata Global Hedge, is a platform supporting the full investment lifecycle for hedge funds and alternative investment managers. The platform supports trading and order management, through portfolio, risk and compliance management and middle office to investor accounting and reporting. It is available as single functional modules or multiple modules, is sufficiently scalable to handle the largest and most complex hedge fund requirements and is available as either deployed or as a hosted solution. The launch follows the release of a new update to the firm's middle office solution released earlier this year.

"We know from our existing client base of 200+ hedge funds that there has been a shift towards a more collaborative approach with technology partners in order to achieve the dual aims of enhanced performance and improved efficiencies," explained Mike de Verteuil, Linedata’s Business Development Director. "With Linedata Global Hedge we are offering a proven platform from an established vendor with a track record in this market."

The new solution leverages the company's existing hedge fund services and expertise, coupled with connectivity to a wide range of prime brokers, administrators and other third......................

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