JUMP Technology claims that it provides one of the most advanced connectors to the SIX data feed in the world on its software platform, which enables users to “automatically plug in and collect the wide variety of financial data provided by SIX (securities characteristics, daily prices, intra-day prices, issuer masterfile, corporate actions, look-through data…).”
As noted in the announcement, the JUMP platform also offers innovative features that “enable users to customize their no-code requesting from the SIX feed.” The full content of the SIX data feed is “natively useable through all the JUMP platform modules: Data Management, Portfolio Management, Order Management, Compliance, NAV, Reporting, etc,” the announcement added.
For their 10-year partnership anniversary, JUMP Technology and SIX have “decided to expand the coverage of the connector to integrate more SIX data.” This data, ESG data and data related to sanctioned securities monitoring, “is at the heart of the asset management industry’s challenges today,” the update noted.
From now on, clients of the JUMP Technology platform will have “full access to ESG data from SIX to support them with the implementation of their responsible and sustainable investment strategy.” The announcement also mentioned that they will “benefit from direct access to global sanctions data that, in connection to the JUMP compliance module, will allow them to detect pre- and post-trade infringements to existing sanctions regimes.”
As noted in the update, this connector complements a catalogue of 100+ connectors and REST API from JUMP Technology, “allowing investment management stakeholders to benefit from a stronger connection with their ecosystem (custodians, fund valuers, trading platforms, trading and settlement platforms, fintechs, cloud hosts, market data vendors, etc.).”
Hugues Garcia, Local Country Head France, SIX, stated:
“We are delighted to celebrate our 10 year partnership with JUMP, which has allowed us to offer investment management professionals in France and in Europe innovative applicative solutions. The SIX connector from JUMP is among the most evolved on the market for the integration of the ValorData Feed (VDF). It offers the most extended access to our global financial data base.”
Emmanuel Fougeras, CEO JUMP Technology, remarked:
“SIX is a long-time partner of JUMP Technology. Our native connectivity with the feed from SIX allows investment management players to ease their reporting and their access to market data on the entire front- middle- and back-office value chain, while improving interoperability and reducing manual processes. It’s a pleasure for us to reinforce our partnership with SIX with the integration of ESG data, which is highly requested by our common clients.”
As noted in a release, JUMP Technology is a software firm that is “100% dedicated to the investment management industry: investment management companies, private banks, family offices, insurers, institutional investors, etc.”
While addressing the specificities of each industry group, the JUMP solution “covers the entire investment management value chain, for all types of financial instruments, in a single software platform combining data management, Front-Middle-Back, and reporting capabilities.”
Its modular approach “allows you to use the solution for a particular business need (PMS, OMS, Reporting, Data Management, Performance Attribution, NAV, Compliance, Accounting, etc.) or for the entire Front-to-Back value chain.”
JUMP Technology is “present throughout the EMEA” and its platform can be “deployed on-premises or in the Cloud and is suitable for industry players of any size.”
SIX operates and develops infrastructure services “for the Swiss and Spanish Stock Exchanges, for Post-Trade Services, Banking Services and Financial Information with the aim of raising efficiency, quality and innovative capacity across the entire value chain of the Swiss and Spanish financial centers. The company is owned by its users (121 banks).”
With a workforce of “some 3,500 employees and a presence in 20 countries, it generated operating income of CHF 1.38 billion and Group net profit of CHF 439.6 million in 2020.”