Award-winning administration technology helping investment platforms, managed funds and pension providers improve efficiency and ensure regulatory compliance
Composer is a comprehensive wealth management solution designed to streamline the administration of wealth products from the distribution channel through to the back office. Based on the latest technology, Composer supports multiple investment products including GIA, ISA/JISA/LISA, accumulation and decumulation pensions, annuities and investment bonds. A full range of asset types can be administered, including funds, equities, ETFs, bonds and property, supported by full model portfolio management capability.
A wide range of third-party integrations is supported within Composer, increasing automation of the operational process and enabling the reduction of risk and cost. Composer back-office interfaces connect you to leading investment trading and settlement gateways, banking institutions for cash management and reconciliation, regulators for reporting and many other third-party vendors. Finally, a suite of Composer APIs can be externally accessed to build your own solutions for front office self-service experiences or back office system to system integration.
Composer is built on a single code base ensuring all clients run off the same underlying technology platform which allows for the solution to evolve naturally over time benefitting all clients. Simultaneously, Composer is highly configurable, ensuring that it can be tailored to your specific product offering and operational processes with the flexibility to add new products and services when required.
Composer is built using the latest technologies and is cloud-ready to provide flexible and efficient deployment to live environments. Using cloud services allows for rapid provisioning, high availability and the ability to scale up and down according to your business demand. GBST has partnered with Amazon Web Services for hosting Composer in the cloud. Alternatively, GBST can provide application hosting services in our own data centres.