GBST extends technology alliance with Novia Financial  

'Security, differentiation, and innovation'

Julia Bahr
clock • 2 min read

Technology provider GBST has renewed contract with private equity-owned Novia Financial and will continue to provide Novia's core technology system via its Composer platform.

The agreement extends the long-term relationship, which began in 2008 when Novia first launched its wealth management service using GBST's front and back-office systems. The continued strategic partnership supports Novia's growth ambitions by providing an administration platform as it looks to scale assets and client numbers through technology, according to GBST. Novia will continue to benefit from GBST's ongoing investment in its technology, including the API-enabled microservices architecture that underpins Composer, which backs more than three million accounts and £180 billion asse...

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