With release 2.23 of Bricknode Financial Systems we just added a new native field for Legal Entities called KycDate. KYC is short for “Know Your Customer” and if you are operating a regulated financial service company chances are that you have to do a lot of work around this topic. Now, why is a simple […]
It is important to understand the basic account structure of Bricknode Broker which include various types of customer accounts, issuer accounts, house accounts and then custody accounts that keeps track of all your assets. We just released a short video to clarify this.
The implementation of MiFID II is getting closer day by day and financial institutions are scrambling to stay compliant and understand what they need to do. As usual regulatory changes is creating confusion among the involved parties and we are here to help. At Bricknode our goal is to make the transition to MiFID II […]
As with any software solution it is of the utmost importance that it is being used conceptually correct in order for the user to gain the most value from it. This is true in every sense when it comes to Bricknode Broker and thus we want to emphasis some powerful features in this article. The […]
Experience seamless integration with fund marketplaces like MFEX and Nordic Fund Market by using Bricknode Broker
As a securities brokerage firm who wants to distribute mutual funds / investment funds to your customers you are faced with a few alternatives. Deal directly with the investment funds that you are interested in offering; or Connect to a fund marketplace like MFEX (Mutual Funds Exchange) or NFM (Nordic Fund Market) At Bricknode we […]
Bricknode Broker makes financial institutions PSD2 compliant and enables them to offer their API to partners
As a securities brokerage firm, you should constantly be looking for ways to improve the value for your customers. With the advent of PSD2-regulations financial institutions are being forced to open their systems to the world. This should not be viewed as a bad thing for financial institutions but instead you should welcome and embrace […]