Broadridge Investment Management Technology Enhances Carlyle’s Private Credit and CLO Portfolio Management Operations


Global Fintech leader Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR) announced today that its cloud-based solution, Sentry, has been implemented at global investment firm Carlyle in support of its private credit and collateralized loan obligation (CLO) portfolio management. The Sentry private credit and CLO portfolio management technology will enable Carlyle to more efficiently manage its deal pipeline, trade compliance and loan operations on a single platform, and scale operations as the platform grows.

“With increased demand in credit products and ongoing growth of our product offerings, we wanted the right technology that would enable us to scale up and achieve a platform approach,” said Jim Keogh, Carlyle’s Managing Director and Head of Operations for Global Credit. “Sentry has smoothly integrated with our technology stack and provides functionality that will improve our capabilities as we grow.”

“Working closely with Carlyle, we customized Sentry to specifically suit their portfolio management requirements, which emphasized the need to help manage all aspects of private credit and CLO administration,” said Mike Sleightholme, Broadridge’s president of international and head of asset management solutions. “This implementation really showcases the value of the flexibility and scalability our solution offers and how it helps position firms for growth.”

Broadridge’s Sentry PM is a scalable web-based solution that provides front-to-back-office functionality to both the private debt and syndicated loan markets to increase overall efficiency, including research and pipeline management, pre- and post-trade compliance, analysis of hypothetical trade scenarios, dynamic waterfall projections, loan administration, and data aggregation across strategies, portfolios and assets.

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Broadridge Launches New Fill Matching Platform, Enabling Real-Time Reconciliation for High Volume Trading


Global Fintech leader Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR), today announced the launch of the NYFIX Fill Matching platform, a new solution complimenting Broadridge’s post-trade NYFIX Matching solution. NYFIX Fill Matching is a FIX based real-time reconciliation product designed for the needs of asset managers with high volume and/or high-touch orders. NYFIX Fill matching is the only platform that matches fills between brokers and asset managers in real-time.

“As the T+1 time compression makes end-of-day processing challenging, Broadridge’s new Fill Matching Solution will rapidly identify trade discrepancies, enabling clients to address and fix these issues before the close of the trading day,” said George Rosenberger, Head of NYFIX, Broadridge Trading and Connectivity Solutions. “By reducing this key friction point, Broadridge is continuing to streamline and modernize the front-to-middle office environment for our buy-side clients.”

The Fill Matching solution offers real-time reconciliation, ensuring that brokers and asset managers are constantly in sync, minimizing end-of-day mismatches. “Drop Copies”, or execution reports, are sent from the brokers’ front office platform and are matched against the fills received from the asset managers’ system. The matching criteria is flexible and can be configured by the asset manager to meet their respective requirements. The service informs the asset manager that all fills received from the brokers have been processed and that they can confidently allocate their trades and move into the post-trade matching process.


Global Fintech Market Research 2023: A Bundled Research Offering of 5 Reports


The “Fintech Market Research Subscription 2023: Market Forecasts, Market Sectors, Market Driving Forces, Regional Analysis, and Leading Companies Analysis” report from Wintergreen Research, Inc has been added to’s offering.

The subscription includes access to five market studies (156 to 225 pages each) and 26 smaller market reports (35 pages each) for one year.

Fintech is comprised of computer programs and technology used to further automate banking and financial services. Fintech is one of the fastest-growing technology areas because it leverages AI to implement automation.

The use of digital payment solutions is accelerating. The need for the development of FinTech technologies is evolving from the increased demand for digital-based solutions. The expansion of e-commerce, omnichannel, and contactless payment solutions has accelerated. The number of digital payment transactions is anticipated to continue to grow.

An increasing percentage of digital payment transactions are being facilitated through emerging technologies. As a result, an increasing portion of future capital investment supports the development of new and emerging technologies, including technology modernization, innovation, and integration through strategic partnerships.

New markets continue to develop and expand in areas that have adopted digital transactions to replace paper-based transactions. Education, government, and healthcare manage recurring payments and B2B payments digitally. Markets continue to be impacted by transactions as migration to digital-based solutions occurs.

Development of new services and technologies, the emergence of new vertical markets, and continued expansion of technology-enabled e-commerce portend market growth. Omnichannel solutions are evolving. Scale expands market reach through cloud-based capabilities and strategic partnerships.

Full studies include Market Definition, Market Dynamics, Market Share, Market Forecasts, Market Sectors, Market Driving Forces, Regional Analysis, and Leading Company Analysis.

These reports are between 156 to 225 pages and are on the following topics:

  1. AI and FinTech
  2. CBDC
  3. Blockchain
  4. Smart Contracts
  5. Crypto Currency

Smaller market management reports include market dynamics, market share, market forecasts, market driving forces, and regional analysis.

These reports are 35 pages each, packaged in groups of four, and on the following topics:

1. AI in the Banking Industry
2. Artificial Intelligence in Finance
3. Financial Services Industry-Specific Cloud.
4. Largest Fintech Companies
5. Digital Payments
6. Digital Assets & Regulations
7. Cryptocurrencies
8. Crypto tokens
9. NFT non-fungible tokens
10. ChatGPT programming in Python and others
11. Blockchain and DeFi
12. Web 3.0
13. Defi
14. EdTech
15. Cybersecurity
16. Fintech Projects
17. Blockchain and Cloud
18. Open Banking
19. Fintech and Middleware Messaging
20. Top 10 Crypto Fintech Companies
21. Top 10 Token Fintech Companies
22. Top 10 Fintech Banks
23. Top 10 Fintech Credit Card Companies
24. Top 10 Fintech Infrastructure Companies
25. Top 10 Fintech Tech Companies
26. Top 10 Wealthtech Fintech Companies

Key Topics Covered:

Sample Table of Contents: FinTech: Market Strategies and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2023-2029

1. Fintech Market Description and Market Dynamics
1.1 Payments Led the Last Era
1.2 FinTech Businesses in the Developed World
1.3 FinTech Businesses in the Under-Developed World
1.4 Regulators Must Be Proactive, Not Indifferent

2. FinTech Market Shares, Market Forecasts, Regional Analysis, and Market Segments
2.1 FinTech Market Growth Factors
2.2 FinTech Market Shares
2.3 FinTech Market Forecasts
2.4 FinTech Market Segments
2.4.1 Subscriptions/Fee
2.4.2 Robo-advisors
2.4.3 Third parties
2.4.4 Advertising
2.4.5 Data
2.4.6 APIs
2.5 FinTech Regional Analysis
2.5.1 US
2.5.2 Europe
2.5.3 Lithuania.
2.5.4 China
2.5.5 APAC

3. Fintech Investors, Technology, and Regulation
3.1 FinTech AI Technology
3.2 Investors / Consumer FinTech Apps
3.3 Late-Stage FinTech
3.4 FinTech Regulation
3.5 Crypto Tax Collection

4. FinTech Company Positioning
4.1 FinTech Financial Sectors
4.1.1 Top Fintech Stats
4.1.2 Fintech Industry Size Including Investments
4.2 Number Of FinTech Startups
4.2.1 Fintech Investment Statistics
4.2.2 VC Fintech Funding

5. Selected Leading FinTech Companies
5.1 Visa
5.2 Mastercard
5.3 Tencent
5.3.1 TenPay
5.4 Stripe
5.5 Adyen
5.6 Klarna
5.7 Varo
5.8 PayPal
5.9 Venmo
5.10 Alipay
5.11 Chinapay

6. Selected Smaller FinTech Companies
6.1 Creative Juice
6.2 Chipper Cash
6.3 EverScale
6.4 L4S
6.5 iCapital
6.6 Robinhood
6.7 PayPal
6.8 Plaid
6.9 Coinbase
6.10 Revolut
6.11 Fiserv
6.12 Mayfair
6.13 9fin
6.14 T-REX
6.15 Opto Investments
6.16 Pinwheel
6.17 Pontera
6.18 Rho
6.19 Circle
6.20 Tegus
6.21 Teampay


Global Fintech Fest 2022: India Reiterates Its Commitment Towards Sustainable Development Through Fintech


Indian Finance Minister and Reserve Bank of India Governor reiterated their commitment towards sustainable development speaking at the Global Fintech Fest 2022 (GFF 2022) being held here September 20 to 22, 2022. The theme of India’s largest fintech conference is, “Creating a Sustainable Financial World: Global, Inclusive, Green.”

Inaugurating GFF 2022, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Indian Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs, said on September 20, “We have led the way for an inclusive financial world through a Presence-less Layer, Paperless Layer, Cashless Layer, and Consent Layer. These four layers for inclusion are capturing the attention of the world. We are focussed on creating a sustainable financial world which is global, green, and inclusive.”

“Indian regulators started emphasizing on green and sustainable practices in 2007. However, it was only in 2015 that the RBI included lending to social infrastructure and small renewable energy projects within the priority sector lending,” she added.

The Day 1 of GFF 2022 commenced with a session on “Creating A Sustainable Financial World” addressed by Kris Gopalakrishnan, Chairman, GFF 2022 Advisory Board, Chairman, Axilor Ventures and Co-founder, Infosys, Naveen Surya, Chairman, Fintech Convergence Council, Srinivas Jain, ED & Head of Strategy, SBI Mutual Fund and Smita Aggarwal, Global Investments Advisor, Flourish Ventures. This was followed by multiple other sessions throughout the day on themes such as sustainability, financial inclusion, payments, ONDC, fintech chatbots etc. A session on “Fostering fintech-innovation – the way forward between India and Germany” was also hosted on the first day of GFF 2022 and attended by Doris Dietze, Head of Division, German Federal Ministry of Finance and Stefan Halusa, Director General, Indo-German Chamber of Commerce among others.

Addressing delegates at GFF 2022, Shri Shaktikanta Das, Governor, Reserve Bank of India, marked the theme of his talk as “Fintech as a Force Multiplier.” “Technology, innovation and fintech are working in tandem and contributing to the dynamism of the sector. In our journey towards higher level of sustainable development and financial inclusion these forces morphed into force multipliers,” Shri Das said.

“The next decade of finance will be more focused on two central themes – sustainable development and technology-led innovations transforming the lives of the common people,” he added.

On the second day of the conference, Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, said, “India is creating one of the largest datasets programs where anonymized non-personal data will be available on a platform for the entire AI ecosystem. The use of these data sets will be allowed only to Indian start-ups and companies,”

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Chairperson, Ms. Madhabi Puri Buch laid down some core principles that guide regulators, while delivering her keynote address at the Global Fintech Fest 2022 (GFF 2022) in Mumbai today. “There are some key principles that guide a regulator. These include anonymity, transparency, financial inclusion and structural vulnerability,” she said.

“There is likely to be a regulatory gap when there is something new and innovative that happens in the market. It is up to the regulator to keep pace with that. Our intention is to narrow that regulatory gap in the startup ecosystem,” Ms. Buch added.

Organised and presented by the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, Reserve Bank of India, International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA), National Payments Council of India, the Payments Council of India (PCI) and the Fintech Convergence Council (FCC), the Global Fintech Fest aims to demonstrate India’s fintech ecosystem to the world, creating solutions for 6 billion global consumers and driving financial inclusion adoption for the 1.4 billion unbanked adults at an even higher pace. Pre-event festivities began virtually on September 19, 2022. This is the third edition of the Global Fintech Fest, and the first one where domain experts are participating from across the globe in-person and virtually.

GFF 2022 is being supported by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), National Investment Promotion & Facilitation Agency (Invest India), Startup India, Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH) and ONDC. Special Partners of GFF 2022 are World Bank Group, United Nations Capital Development Fund, BIS Innovation Hub, KNOMAD, Better Than Cash Alliance and International Finance Corporation (IFC).