Sydney, 8th January 2014 – Reval, a leading global Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of comprehensive and integrated Treasury and Risk Management (TRM) solutions, announced today that Investa Office, one of Australia’s largest unlisted owners and managers of commercial real estate, will transition their entire treasury workflows and derivative portfolio to Reval.
“We selected Reval based on the flexible and user friendly nature of its SaaS TRM solution and the level of the platform’s security,” says Michael Kang, Assistant Treasurer at Investa Office. “The list of top corporates that are Reval’s clients is a reflection of the company’s quality of service and product.”
“We’re thrilled to welcome Investa Office to our client community and to be the strategic partner they were looking for,” says Tony Singleton, Managing Director Asia Pacific at Reval. “In addition to streamlining derivative and exposure management, Reval will help the Investa group to comply with IFRS 13 providing them with advanced capabilities to calculate Credit Value Adjustments (CVA) and Debit Value Adjustments (DVA).”
About Investa Office
Investa Office is Australia’s leading owner and manager of commercial office buildings, controlling assets worth more than $7 billion in key CBD markets across Australia. Funds under management in its listed and unlisted funds total more than $4.4 billion, managed on behalf of over 17,000 institutional and retail investors. The company’s end-to-end real estate platform incorporates funds, portfolio and asset management, property services, development, sustainability, capital transactions and research. Investa Office is a global leader in sustainability and is committed to responsible property investment and the ongoing pursuit of sustainable building ownership and management and is a signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment. For more information, visit www.investa.com.au.
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