04 Nov Croesus Interview in Finance & Investment on the Technological Challenges with CRM2
David Mastroberardino, Product Director at Croesus, discusses the technological challenges and costs associated to CRM2 with Finance & Investment. David describes how Croesus is prepared to address the new regulations and how it will be ready well before the July 2016 deadline. Croesus currently provides clients a number of reports that will be mandatory under the new CRM2 regulations.
To read the article, go to Finance & Investment.
Since 1987, Croesus has been providing investment professionals across North America with highly intuitive and sophisticated integrated solutions for portfolio management and CRM. Over 9,000 investment professionals use Croesus to manage more than $500 billion in client assets across 5.25 million accounts. Croesus enables its clients to build trust with investors through tailored solutions and transparent business practices. Over the years, Croesus has built its reputation on its ability to implement its software efficiently, convert large complex data successfully, and provide accurate performance calculation. By continuously investing in R&D, Croesus ensures to stay ahead of its clients’ needs and provide them the technological edge they need to remain competitive. Croesus has 115 employees and offices in Montreal, Toronto & San Diego.
About Finance & Investissement
Finance et Investissement was launched in November 1999 for French-speaking financial professionals. Finance et Investissement reports on the people, products, trends and technologies in Canada’s financial services sector, with a focus on the Quebec financial market. In addition to a strong news component, our newspaper offers sales, marketing and technology features that help advisors build their businesses. The editorial team of Finance et Investissement is based in Montreal in order to create content that are specific to Quebec’s financial services community.
Frédéric Le Bouar
Director of Product Marketing and Business Promotion