Lannebo Fonder becomes latest buy-side to adopt Bloomberg’s AIM and PORT solutions

The Nordic investment manager said it aims to “future-proof” its order management operations through the integration.

Swedish independent fund management company Lannebo Fonder AB has adopted the Bloomberg buy-side offering – which includes its order management system (OMS) AIM and its risk and reporting PORT Enterprise solutions.

This decision is in line with the company’s “refresh” of its operating model, and will allow the business to streamline and future-proof its order management operations, according to Lannebo. The company is aiming to manage its portfolio across the investment lifecycle through integrating its portfolio and order management systems.

Speaking to the decision to implement the system, Jessica Malmfors, chief executive officer at Lannebo, said: “Adopting the robust Bloomberg Buy-Side Solutions set enables us to further integrate and automate our portfolio analytics and order management operations, while continuing to best serve our clients and grow our business.”

Bloomberg’s PORT Enterprise is the expanded version of its PORT solution, which delivers reporting capabilities powered by risk models alongside centrally administered batch reporting services.

AIM is Bloomberg’s buy-side order management system (OMS), which is fully integrated with the Bloomberg terminal. The service includes multi-asset decision support, portfolio management, order management, trade compliance, and post-trade workflows.

Raquel Alves, global head of buy-side OMS at Bloomberg, said: “We’re looking forward to continuing to grow our relationship and provide reliable and integrated solutions, powered by the quality of data and analytics that is synonymous with Bloomberg.”

The AIM solution has seen increased popularity with the sell-side also, with BNP Paribas’ securities services business integrating with Bloomberg earlier this month to bring together its multi-asset servicing capabilities with the order management system.