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TIG Advisors adopts Eze Software’s full investment suite

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TIG Advisors, an investment management firm with approximately USD3 billion in assets under management, has gone live with Eze Software Group’s investment suite.

TIG Advisors, which operates multiple investment strategies on its platform, has chosen Eze Software’s order management and portfolio management systems to manage its investment workflows and is in the process of adding Eze Software’s execution management system. TIG is one of 17 Eze Software clients to sign on for its full investment suite.
 
TIG Advisors now uses Eze Software Group to manage its entire trade workflow, from portfolio management to trade entry and execution. The firm’s event driven desk trades equities, options and swaps domestically and internationally, while the structured credit team uses the system to trade bonds, treasuries, repos and credit default swaps  Several teams rely on Eze Software’s portfolio analytics and  modeling tool to monitor P&L and exposure, and to seamlessly rebalance hundreds of positions daily.
 
“TIG Advisors has a complex and rigorous investment process. By working closely with their teams during implementation, we were able to understand their unique needs and deliver front-to-back-office solutions for multiple asset classes and strategies,” says Michael Maguire, Senior Managing Director of Americas Client Service. 
 
“Eze Software Group’s hands-on, individualised approach during implementation allowed us to build workflows that really fit our needs,” says Barbara Warga Naratil, Chief Operating Officer of TIG. “Using Eze Software’s analytics, portfolio modeling and order management tools has enabled us to concentrate on our core business of growing assets and delivering returns for our investors, improving the scope of what we can do without altering how we do it. We foresee adding Eze Software’s execution management system in the near future.”

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