BondIT hires Dr David Curtis to lead Global Client Business

Appointment accelerates FinTech BondIT’s growth plans to serve asset managers’ and asset owners’ growing technology needs through portfolio management & research-as-a-service.   Herzliya, Israel & London, UK 1 June 2021 – BondIT, a market leading provider of next generation asset and wealth management technology, has appointed Dr David Curtis as Partner and Head of Global Client Business. In this

Fallen Angels vs Rising Stars: Scorable Credit Research Helps Investors Anticipate Critical Rating Migrations Ahead of the Market

Latest product release gives fixed income asset & wealth managers more predictive power  Herzliya/Berlin/New York, 4 May 2021 — BondIT Global, a provider of fixed income technology, has further enhanced its Scorable Credit Research for more comprehensive risk monitoring of corporate bonds and credit spreads. With Scorable’s newly launched Rating Transition Model, fixed income investors can now anticipate both rating downgrades and upgrades up to twelve months in

BondIT Global joins BNY Mellon Accelerator Program to develop next-generation technology for Financial Advisors

Herzliya, Israel/ New York City, US, 7 April 2021 — BondIT Global, an independent provider of fixed income technology, has been selected to take part in BNY Mellon’s Accelerator Program. The program works with innovative technology companies to create cutting-edge solutions that support BNY Mellon’s clients and the global financial industry.  During the six-month project,

BondIT and Scorable close merger deal

Herzliya/Berlin, 11 February 2021 — BondIT, an independent portfolio construction technology provider for fixed income, and Scorable, a provider of AI-driven credit analysis,have announced the closure of their merger deal. Through the deal, the newly merged company will operate under the name BondIT Global with a 50-strong team based across offices in Tel Aviv, Berlin,

Asset Management in 2021: Scale Up or Miss Out

By Bob Guzman, Oliver Kroll & Dan Taylor 2020 was a challenging year for the asset management industry. The outbreak of Covid-19 intensified existing headwinds, which included increased competition, fee compression and rising client expectations. As the year drew to a close, news about the impending roll-out of vaccines fueled optimism across global markets. However,

Book a demo