Case Studies

In the following case studies, Altus customers share their experiences of implementing and maintaining their electronic transfer automation systems.

Their stories reveal why users count on our solutions and our people to help them improve transfer transaction time, boost efficiency and save costs.

  • Fundsquare

    Cross-Border Funds Trading

    The Luxembourg Fund industry is a world leader in cross-border distribution of funds. Luxembourg funds are distributed in more than 70 countries across Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

  • Interactive Investor

    Interactive Investor - Improved transfer processes for a first-rate client service

    Interactive Investor approached Altus to explore how ATG and the automated capabilities it could provide would help them to improve the transfer experience for its clients, and also improve its operational capabilities.

  • Northern Trust

    Seamless administration for the DC market

    As part of its plans to further develop its range of services for UK pension schemes, Northern Trust identified a requirement to development additional straight-through-processing capabilities based on the ViaNova Industry Standards for sending and receiving electronic messages.

  • Nutmeg

    Nutmeg - Breaking the mould

    As Nutmeg's success continues, they need to be able to scale and must continue to utilise digital means and automation to allow them to achieve the efficiencies to do so. They cannot afford to have teams of staff performing manual processes or dealing with piles of paperwork.

  • Parmenion

    Automating pension payments in the post Pension Freedom world

    Together, Altus and Parmenion have delivered an automated and robust process, perfectly suited for the post Pension Freedoms world.

  • Phoenix Group

    DC Pensions A Pension Platform for the future

    With a well-documented shift from Defined Benefit to Defined Contribution provision and a predicted explosion in transaction volumes after the advent of auto-enrolment in 2014, prospects look good for pension fund platforms.