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GBST unveils new digital platform for wealth managers
29 Jun, 2018
Fintech firm GBST has unveiled a new digital platform called Catalyst, which is designed to support the requirements of wealth management
Fintech firm GBST has unveiled a new digital platform called Catalyst, which is designed to support the requirements of wealth management and pension clients.
The new solution, which replaces the current Composer Web platform, features multi-lingual and multi-currency capability.
Catalyst supports creation of new digital products that can be integrated with existing GBST systems.
The solution is highly-configurable and provides multi-device access. They can also integrate it with their existing website and personalise it according to their requirements.
Additionally, the client can collaborate with GBST’s new UK-based digital team to maintain the system.
Advisers can serve their customers on the platform through access to applications, document storage and illustrations via a secure online interface.
Furthermore, end investors, with access to their holdings and all related investment documents, can use any device to onboard and service their account.
With a responsive design, the Catalyst solution allows the advisers and end investors to personalise their own dashboards.
It also provides access to various retirement and savings tools as well as enables integration with leading tools in the market.
GBST EMEA head David Simpson said: “Our clients and prospects are increasingly focussed on the digital customer experience to drive servicing costs down and deliver the overall experience that consumers demand today.
“Yet the real complexity of any digital project is the integration to the back-end platform, with around 80% of budgets consumed there rather than in delivering a world class user experience.
“This latest development means our clients can reduce the cost of development and increase speed to market with our pre-integrated solution into the back-office and at the same time deliver a fully customised user experience.”