J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Morgan Money liquidity management platform is now available to users of the software company SAP’s Treasury Management platform.
Morgan Money is leveraging the SAP Cloud Platform, JPMorgan said Wednesday, noting SAP Treasury Management offers customers real-time cash visibility and allows them to improve liquidity and lower risk.
“The agreement will enable SAP’s substantial Treasury Management customer base to directly access Morgan Money, delivering a real-time dashboard to invest, a single access point for operations, and enhanced risk management controls,” according to Paul Przybylski, head of product strategy for global liquidity at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Morgan Money is a multi-currency, open-architecture trading and risk management platform that launched in 2019 and was “designed to deliver a seamless customer experience, centered on operational efficiency, end-to-end system integration, and effective controls to allow customers to invest when, where and how they want — securely,” according to JPMorgan.
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RIA in a Box launched the Private Fund Platform to address what it says are the unique regulatory requirements faced by private fund advisors including venture capital, private equity and hedge fund managers.
The new private fund platform provides tools to manage and automate private fund advisors’ compliance processes and streamline regulatory filings, saving them time and money while “providing them reassurance they are meeting all compliance requirements,” RIA in a Box said. The platform is targeted at Securities and Exchange Commission-registered private fund advisors and exempt reporting advisors.