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Gordian Capital chooses SS&C to support leading alternatives platform

Monday, October 25, 2021
Opalesque Industry Update - SS&C Technologies Holdings announced Gordian Capital, Asia's leading institutional fund management platform, with AUM USD7bn, has expanded its relationship with SS&C in Singapore and Japan.

The platform, which leverages SS&C GlobeOp for fund administration, has added the Eze Investment Suite to its stack to support trading, portfolio and risk management. As a result, Gordian Capital will now take advantage of the integrated solution in Singapore and Japan, consisting of 25 hedge, private equity, real estate and fund-of-funds.

"We were looking for an order and execution management system that was robust, versatile, and capable of supporting a vast array of different strategies and investment styles for our growing client base," said Mark Voumard, CEO of Gordian Capital. "SS&C's solution provides stability, maturity and functionality we require to support our platform."

Gordian Capital's fund management platform provides institutional-grade infrastructure for new fund managers, ensuring they can meet regulatory and operational demands quickly and efficiently. In addition, its open architecture supports multiple pricing models and the full spectrum of liquid and illiquid strategies.

"Gordian Capital is an influential player in Singapore's asset management industry. We are pleased to support their growing business," said Frank Maltais, Sales Director, ASEAN, SS&C Eze. "SS&C provides the cutting-edge technology and services our clients need to help meet increasingly sophisticated investor demands."

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