Month: April 2015

Black Mountain Systems’ 2015 Client User Forum

Black Mountain Systems’ leadership team and client partners recently gathered at the TKP New York Conference Center in Manhattan to network and exchange best-practices at the company’s 2015 Client User Forum. The financial technology company is unique, not only as a provider of a suite of leading edge investment management software, but also for its…

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Healthy activity and better technology in fixed income

While fixed income offers risk-averse investors a certain sense of safety during economic downturns, it is curious why their interest in bond funds has not waned. The stock markets have rebounded, many company share values are at all-time highs and the Federal Reserve has discussed raising interest rates, yet investors are still unwavering in their…

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An Easter meal with the homeless of San Diego

Organizations that engage in corporate social responsibility demonstrate an awareness of two important truths: Companies are part of a larger community and operating a business is just as much about giving as receiving. In this spirit, Black Mountain Systems’ San Diego office participated in volunteer efforts with the San Diego Rescue Mission, a nonprofit homeless…

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Modernizing fixed income markets

Fixed income has always faced the problem of having too many manual processes. Additionally, compared to the stock market, it generally lacks transparency, with respect to asset pricing and inventory. Now, thanks to partnerships in the financial sector and innovative software solutions, information gaps are being addressed. Improving inventory sourcing and communication in fixed income…

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Banks realize the importance of FinTech

Financial technology companies are now beginning to receive major funding from Wall Street. Addressing the lack of technological innovation in the finance industry, FinTech startups emerged to improve the way money is invested, managed and accounted for. At first, Wall Street banks considered FinTech startups a drain on their revenues, but that perspective has since changed.…

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