AQMetrics Secures Three New Major Financial Clients

The regtech entity welcomes new clients from the hedge fund, investment management, and REIT sectors.

AQMetrics, a company that offers compliance, surveillance software, and regtech services, announced its new relationships with Colchis Capital Management, Alcova Asset Management LLP, and Hibernia REIT plc earlier today. The company’s press release suggested that the new additions are examples of the continuous growth of the firm’s client base growth.

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Alcova is a London based multi-strategy quantitative hedge fund, while Colchis Capital is a company that offers investment management services. It is located in San Francisco, and has a focus on speciality finance loans. Hibernia REIT plc is a real estate investment trust focused on Dublin, and it is listed on the Irish and London Stock Exchanges.

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AQMetrics Executives’ Commentary

Geraldine Gibson, CEO of AQMetrics, commented: “We are delighted that our advanced technology solutions are being adopted globally by very large PLCs and banks through to small to medium-sized firms. Our goal is to consistently provide best-in-class risk, regulation and compliance services to each one of our clients. We look forward to working with our new customers to help them navigate the changing regulatory and compliance landscape.”

Ryan Kipp, Head of Sales, Americas, AQMetrics, said: “As our client base continues to expand around the globe, I am especially thrilled to see the growing traction in the U.S following our entry into the market last year. Colchis is a leading investment management firm here in the U.S. and the addition of this company to our impressive client roster reaffirms our growing stateside presence.”

In January, Finance Magnates reported that AQMetrics made an upgrade to its compliance suite to ensure that it will be compatible with MiFID II.

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