Componentized liquidity management platforms (LMPs) maximize the liability mix of banks and liquidity of corporations
While most banks have the technology to support basic liquidity management capabilities, legacy systems and continually changing market dynamics are forcing banks to adapt accordingly. Modern liquidity management platforms are built to automate cash balance handling in complex account structures controlled by large corporations and FIs.
In a new Impact Report, Market Overview: Liquidity Management Platforms, research and advisory firm Aite-Novarica Group examines the state of the LMP market based on discussions with leading vendors, active end clients, and other key players participating in this technology market ecosystem.
“Aite-Novarica Group research finds that FIs are replacing legacy core banking systems with real-time, componentized architecture,” said Enrico Camerinelli, Strategic Advisor at Aite-Novarica Group. “The LMP provider market is ripe with opportunities to support banks that want to maximize the quality of their liability mix and corporations that want to maximize the utility of their liquidity.”
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