Asset Servicing (Capital Sigma)
Single platform for a world of flexibility.
Capital Sigma, Intellect’s Asset Servicing product suite, helps achieve 95%+ Straight-Through-Processing, and increases operational efficiency by digitising the functions of Custody, Fund Services and Investor services. Each of these can be made available separately or together and can coexist with the current ecosystem in an enterprise. Capital Sigma is a SWIFT-ready, highly scalable platform that supports variety of asset classes and market segments with seamless interfaces to local and international market infrastructure providers like exchanges, central counter-parties, custodians and central securities depositories. The solution experience is further enriched by a multi-faceted Client Portal, providing transparent view of the post- trade lifecycle and additional self-help tools.
Capital Sigma delivers top line and bottom line improvements
An integrated platform catering to multiple asset classes, markets, client segments and value-added services.
Reduce processing cost per trade by 20%.
STP rate > 95%, removing redundancies in process and systems.
Ready industry format adapters to exchanges, clearing houses and depositories, cutting down implementation time by 30%.
Configurable process flows that enable quick turnaround to market, regulatory and client-specific changes.
Reduces operational cost by supporting complex fund & fee structures, hierarchical agency and commission structure.
Capital Sigma is a single platform for core and value-added services, diverse client segment, domestic and cross border investments.
Investor & Transfer Agency
Value & Services
Compatibility to open source technology helps reduce ongoing maintenance cost.
Increased STP index and reduced manual efforts using configurable workflows and templatising repeated process steps.
API-based capital markets interface exchange, enabling seamless connections to market entities.
Profiled amongst leading corporate actions solution providers in Celent report titled , ‘Corporate Actions processing in the Digital Era’
Profiled amongst Major Vendors offering Securities Processing Technology to buy & sell-side firms in Aite’s report
Intellect cited as Example Vendor under “Strategic Themes and Emerging Capabilities” @ Celent report titled Risk Management and Compliance 2018
Featured amongst the best vendor for Client Service Support and for the ability to support various deployment option in Aite’s report titled, “Buy-Side Risk AIM:Bastion of Best-of- Breed”
Profiled amongst leading vendors in the report ‘Capital Markets FX Tech: A Buyer’s Guide to FX Solutions’
Banking Technology Awards 2017 for Best use of IT in Treasury & Capital Markets
Commercial International Bank and Bank of Jordan – our clients – awarded as ‘Country Winners’ by Global Finance Awards, 2019.
We value our clients and are committed to provide innovative solutions for all their needs
CTO, Mutual Fund Utility of India Pvt. Ltd.
“Intellect partnered with us to digitise the mutual fund transaction submission in India by providing an infrastructure that acts as a transaction aggregation middleware for the Mutual Fund industry in India which seamlessly connects investors, distributors, collection banks, payment aggregators, fund houses and R&TAs on a single system (MFU). Hosted as a private cloud with a multi entity model and with API based open standards, it has reduced operational complexity and turnaround time. Intellect team has done a commendable job by delivering the requirements to our satisfaction.”
Head of Global Transaction Services, Commercial International Bank
“As the largest private bank in Egypt and the leading financial institution in the region, it is important that we provide value to our customers. The introduction of Intellect Custody solution deploys robust and globally proven technology that will provide flexibility to meet new requirements and help us cater to the needs of global investor community. The deployment will further enhance capabilities and add value to important areas of our business.”