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Indos implements FundApps Rapptr system for AIFMD monitoring

Thursday, September 05, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update - INDOS Financial, the independent Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) depositary business, has announced it plans to use the FundApps Rapptr system to perform oversight over a hedge fund’s compliance with investment guidelines and AIFMD leverage limits.

Bill Prew, CEO of INDOS Financial, commented “Monitoring a hedge fund's compliance with investment restrictions and AIFMD leverage limits will be a key element of our AIFMD depositary oversight duties. The FundApps Rapptr service will enable us to perform this monitoring in a regular and robust manner. By making the results available to our clients, it also demonstrates one of a number of ways our depositary oversight service will add value and differentiate INDOS from other depositary providers.”

Andrew White, CEO of FundApps, commented “FundApps is delighted to be working with INDOS to provide a truly ground-breaking service. We are convinced that the integration of INDOS’ oversight services with FundApps’ Rapptr investment and leverage monitoring technology will prove to be a winning combination.”

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