More than 30 product providers, IFA groups and financial services companies have indicated they inte...
More than 30 product providers, IFA groups and financial services companies have indicated they intend to use the EMX system being developed by Autif. EMX, which will act as a trading platform and electronic messaging system for product providers and IFAs. The system is scheduled to go live on 12 June 2000
Those which have signed statements of intent to use EMX include Aberdeen, AXA Sun Life, Barclays Funds, Barings, Brewin Dolphin, Britannia, Capel Cure Sharp, Chase de Vere, Deutsche Investment Funds, EFDS, Fedsure Investment Product Services, Fidelity, Gartmore, Henry Cooke and Interactive Investor International
EMXco, a subsidiary of Autif set up to run the common trading platform, is planning to hold monthly workshops for project managers who are responsible for overseeing the implementation of EMX within their organisation. Details of each of the tasks on the project plan, the deliverables, and any implications for organisations will be discussed in the workshops
Other companies that have signed statements of intent to use the system are Lawshare, Lazards, Martin Currie, M&G, Mercury Fund Managers, NatWest Stockbrokers, Norwich Union, Perpetual, Pershing Securities, Premier Portfolio Managers, Save&Prosper, Redmayne-Bentley, Société Générale, Standard Life Investments, Threadneedle, Towry Law, Wilfred T Fry and Xelector
The first three workshops at Autif are on 19 November, 17 December and 21 January
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