11.11.2016

REDI to Provide Clients Access to S3 Parters’ Blacklight

REDI.com – NEW YORK — REDI Global Technologies and S3 Partners today announced that they have teamed up to provide REDI’s clients with access to S3’s award-winning BLACKLIGHT™ platform, an advanced suite of treasury management reporting and analysis tools that provide security, stability and franchise longevity.

Michael Rude, REDI’s Chief Revenue Officer, said: “This partnership with S3 Partners allows us to provide REDI users with an extremely valuable suite of treasury management data and reporting tools to support long-term business growth and stability. Intelligence of this nature is more important than ever, and we’re pleased to introduce it to our clients.”

BLACKLIGHT centralizes, fortifies and reconciles treasury management data. Using its Treasury, Collateral and Counterparty Risk Management tools, buy-side firms are able to create the reporting and data extracts they need to effectively track and manage their Total Cost of Ownership and Terms (TCOT). The web-based platform provides clients with highly customizable, consolidated reports for margin, cash, positions, commission wallet, ROA (return on assets), financing and broker vote metrics.

“REDI powers the trading of some of the industry’s largest and most advanced fund managers. Our tools can centralize and fortify mission-critical treasury management data into the hands of the people that know how to use it best, and we’re excited to bring them to the REDI client base,” added Bob Sloan, S3 Partners’ Founder and CEO.

Clients who qualify are eligible for a free 60-day trial of BLACKLIGHT. Click here for more information.

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