Banking customers around the world are increasingly empowered, always connected, and highly engaged. Whether you are competing globally or locally, you must meet the evolving expectations of your clients—and that means managing a variety of business challenges.
A flexible, scalable solution for private banks of all sizes.
The SEI Wealth PlatformSM integrates technology and operational outsourcing, in one solution, with proven and scalable modern technology. It can help you to remove obstacles to growth like outdated, disparate, and legacy technology and the day-to-day management of multiple vendors.
The Platform enables you to operate seamlessly across multiple markets and drive efficiencies throughout your business. A global platform, the SEI Wealth Platform supports trading and transactions on 128 stock exchanges in 42 countries and 43 currencies, through the use of straight-through processing and a single operating infrastructure environment.
Together with our collaborative partnership process and team of experts, we can help you to realise your bank’s unique goals.
*(As of 31/3/2022).
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