clients running on Avaloq BPaaS
BPaaS – Business Process as a Service
How can BPaaS boost your business?
Outsourcing your back-office processes can provide the focus and scalability to make room for future growth, while saving you costs and raising efficiency – from day one.
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When it comes to sheer efficiency, nothing beats BPaaS
Featured services in the BPaaS offering
Avaloq operates your back-office services applying state-of-the-art technologies and continuously aims to optimise your processes and increase efficiency. You will find a selection of some of these services below.
Exchange-traded products & OTC processing
Avaloq BPaaS can handle all exchange- traded and exotic product processing and settlement. It can also process incoming and outgoing securities transfers.
- Shares, bonds, Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) & exchange-traded notes (ETNs)
- Credit Default Swaps
- Forward Rate Agreements
Asset and Counterparty
Manage master data for assets, such as bonds, precious metals and more. Furthermore data for prices is automatically updated.
- Securities master data and price feeds
- Monitoring and validation
- Bank static data and more
Corporate actions and income processing
Avaloq BPaaS provides full coverage of corporate action events provided by custodians. Quality is assured by combining multiple data sources processed by Avaloq’s ‘super dispatcher’ for enriched event data.
- Mandatory or voluntary corporate actions
- Capital increases
- General Meetings Management
Our efforts to achieve world-class efficiency are getting noticed
“Avaloq has successful BPaaS installations in local and global banks in Europe and Asia. This offering has grown in credibility after a few years in the market and is a differentiating factor for this vendor."
Senior Analyst at Gartner
“Avaloq’s platform-based SaaS and BPaaS deliver a high degree of STP and automation. Avaloq helps wealth managers and private banks modernise their business model to remain viable in the financial services industry.”
Research Director for Banking Sourcing Services at NelsonHall