UK Pension Administrator Deploys Eagle to Deliver Data Quality and Transparency

UK Pension Administrator Deploys Eagle to Deliver Data Quality and Transparency
11.08.2015 01:00 am

UK Pension Administrator Deploys Eagle to Deliver Data Quality and Transparency

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 Eagle Investment Systems LLC (Eagle), a BNY Mellon company and leading provider of financial services technology, today announced that RPMI Railpen, a leading pension provider in the UK, has deployed Eagle’s enterprise data management solution, using Eagle ACCESS(SM), Eagle’s secure private cloud. 
 
RPMI Railpen engaged Eagle as part of a major project to establish a data platform to support the Investment Team, improve the quality, availability and delivery of data to the Front Office and to create Security Reference Master and Investment Book of Record (IBOR). Following an extensive evaluation of solutions, RPMI selected Eagle’s enterprise data management solution due to its ability to support the breadth of investments and structures held by the fund, enhance granularity of the data and provide a base from which a new investments infrastructure platform could be built. 
 
“We have already started to see the benefits of the implementation,” said Nicky Dymond, Director of Strategy and Change, RPMI Railpen. “We have leveraged the capabilities of the platform to provide enhanced reporting capabilities, add greater analytical breadth and depth to the data and to build an architecture that efficiently provisions Front Office systems and processes with consistent data. This will allow the business to realise rewards in terms of analytical capability, confidence and accuracy.” 
 
“We are delighted to be working with RPMI, which joins an increasing number of firms in the UK that have chosen Eagle as their trusted technology provider,” said John Legrand, managing director and head of EMEA and APAC. “Eagle offers an unrivalled level of control and transparency when it comes to managing data, which provides a compelling solution for pension funds in today’s demanding market.” 

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