JP Morgan invests in AccessFintech

The risk management services firm, led by Roy Saadon, will work with the bank to test its technology

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JP Morgan has made an investment in AccessFintech and added the financial technology firm to its In-Residence programme, so they can work closely together to test products across the bank’s businesses. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

AccessFintech is a risk-management service for banks and buy-side firms, launched in June 2016 by Roy Saadon, former co-founder of post-trade processing company Traiana, and Steve Fazio, a former product lead at the same company.


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