IS AN INNOVATIVE ORDER AND EXECUTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
for centralized trading departments at Investment Managers and agency trading departments at Banks and Brokers.
Large Luxembourg fund administrator
Freiburg, November 2020 – LUNIS Vermögensmanagement AG, a Frankfurt based asset management company, signs for fully hosted & managed PATRONAS OPUS solution!
PATRONAS Financial Systems GmbH is pleased to announce that LUNIS Vermögensmanagement AG has chosen its fully hosted & managed portfolio, compliance and order routing solution, PATRONAS OPUS, to efficiently set up and manage their new funds.
PATRONAS OPUS is a modular and fully integrateable solution for portfolio and order management, including sophisticated compliance as well as fully integrated multi-protocol messaging technology, that will enable LUNIS Vermögensmanagement AG to run the most advanced portfolio modelling, simulation and compliance processes and route orders fully electronically to any execution venue required.
Andreas Brandt, CEO and Founding Partner LUNIS Vermögensmanagement AG: "We are pleased to have PATRONAS as a competent partner at our side. We specifically chose the PATRONAS OPUS software because we wanted to make sure that our fund activities are in the best of hands.
We can further digitalize our investment process and thereby increase transparency in our trading and position management by benefiting from a single investment book, reducing operational risks in the pre- and post-trading area, scaling our investment platform and meeting the high regulatory requirements in asset management".
LUNIS Vermögensmanagement AG was founded in May 2017 by Andreas Brandt and partners in strategic cooperation with J.C. Flowers. The independent asset manager offers private and corporate clients holistic wealth management and aims to play a leading role in Germany with individual services. LUNIS currently manages approx. 1.5 billion euros in assets and is represented at its headquarters in Frankfurt am Main and with branch offices in Berlin, Hamburg, Hanover, Stuttgart and Munich.