NRI Financial Solutions for Asset Managers include the T-STAR Suite, recognized as an industry- standard infrastructure service. Supporting customer needs from back-office processes to front office operations, T-STAR provides an asset management infrastructure that reduces your operation burden.
Designed for asset management operations across mutual funds, investment advisors, pensions and more, NRI’s Financial Solutions cover research and consulting, solutions and platforms, and operational support. Working with NRI's Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) clients enjoy more streamlined middle- and back-office operations across data processing, NAV calculations for mutual fund asset management, reporting and more.
In addition, NRI recently acquired Cutter Associates, a like-minded independent organization with a focus on research and consultancy serving buy-side asset managers. With Cutter Associates, NRI has added significantly to its presence in the US and EMEA, and offerings for our asset management clients will expand, including in application services.
A global IBOR (Investment Book of Record) solution to accelerate global business development by accurately providing IBOR to front office in real-time.
Comprehensive outsourcing services to assist clients in their business management, operations and internal control.
A complete platform with an order management system (OMS), cash position management by front offices, and automated post trade management.
Acquired by NRI in 2016, Cutter Associates delivers technology and operations expertise to the world’s leading investment managers, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and insurance providers.
A service for institutional investors and asset managers to gather the most up to date alternative market data from Japan to identify untapped alpha and support data-driven investment decisions.
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