Leading software and consultancy services provider Altus has won an award for the second year at the Goodacre’s Systems in the City Ceremony.
The Goodacre Systems in the City FinTech Awards aim to recognise the substantial commitment from system suppliers within the Financial Services sector. Altus won in the Best Transfer Automation Solution Category for its Altus Transfer Gateway (ATG). Since it was launched, ATG has revolutionised the transfer process, removing the need for paper completely and making transfers easier, faster, and safer for the end customers. New features are added regularly and today ATG is recognised as the most comprehensive automatic transfer solution in the UK.
Product Sales Director Howard Finnegan commented: “We are delighted to see ATG recognised again this year. This award is testament to the hard work the team puts in to keep it compliant with new regulations such as the FCA’s Keeping Transfers Simple Policy Statement, or the upcoming Market Practice Upgrades.
The industry as done a huge amount of work to adapt to a new mode of working in a pandemic-stricken world. We anticipate that the industry will now look to make the most of the advantages of automated processes: speedier, cheaper and paperless transfers / asset reregistration, improved integration opportunities and ultimately better client service.”
The winners were announced today in an online ceremony hosted by leading business expert and Schwarzenegger’s former advisor Gemma Godfrey.