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peterevans is a leading independent provider of front to back office solutions for the financial services sector. Clearly focused on the securities and investment market, and built upon more than 27 years experience of providing solutions to this sector, peterevans presents a sophisticated boutique approach in a homogenised market place. Like the best wealth management and private banking service providers, peterevans remembers that each client or prospect is unique and individual. With this new suite of applications we can help ensure that you deliver extraordinary products and services to your customers.

 

The peterevans xanite suite offers a configurable, fully integrated, browser based, comprehensive front to back solution that can be either deployed as a single application or integrated as components into your existing platform. Each of the xanite modules can de delivered via an ASP or self-hosted. Covering:

 

wealth management
custody
corporate actions
clearing and settlement
private client and on-line stock broking

peterevans gives full but controlled access to clients, portfolio, fund and relationship managers, brokers, middle and back office staff – on line anywhere in the world.

 

peterevans are now recruiting, please follow the link: Recruitment

 

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