Ettenheim – BELLIN integrates Thomson Reuters pre-trade insight, feeds and straight-through-processing connectivity to Thomson Reuters FXall to provide a comprehensive solution to corporate treasurers.
BELLIN, renowned and globally active treasury management solutions provider, has announced a new cooperation with Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals worldwide. BELLIN has created a tailor-made solution for Thomson Reuters customers which covers all basic treasury functionalities based on BELLIN’s treasury management software tm5. The solution meets the needs of corporate treasury clients including the growing requirement for authoritative pre-trade market insight and analytics offered by Thomson Reuters Eikon. It offers an attractive combination to BELLIN and Thomson Reuters customers through every stage of the trade lifecycle.
The package allows customers to record FX, long-term loans and money market deals, including straight-through-processing connectivity to the Thomson Reuters FXall for electronic trading; additional optional features include trade confirmation matching using Thomson Reuters post-trade Settlement Center service. The offering also includes daily cash management, the provision and installation of individual SWIFT codes allowing unrestricted access to the SWIFT network for each corporate group, enabling straight-through processing of account statements, credit facilities and integration of market data from Thomson Reuters data feeds into tm5. All this is complemented by powerful reporting capabilities. With no per-user license fees and the integrated SWIFT access for statement collection, the integrated package delivers immediate value to corporate treasury customers.
“Bringing together BELLIN’s treasury management excellence and Thomson Reuters pre-trade insight, FX transactions and post-trade expertise is a perfect match that will benefit clients worldwide. We’re very pleased to have teamed up with such a renowned industry player who carefully selects their professional partners.” Martin Bellin – CEO and founder of BELLIN