GBST has expanded its footprint with the availability of its market leading wealth management administration platform, Composer, in the UAE – suitable for new employee workplace savings schemes, fund platforms, wealth management and insurance providers.
GBST has been selected as the 2022 winners for the IBSI NeoChallenger Bank Awards in two categories, “Islamic Finance” and “Regional Winner - Australia”, for its online calculators and CMS solution developed for Hejaz Financial Services.
GBST has expanded its offering for interactive tools and calculators into the UK market, following its successful entry into both Canada and the US last year.
Neil is a Senior Product Consultant with GBST. Originally based in Sydney, he took the opportunity to transfer to our London office, and now leads major client technology implementations. In this edition of our People Spotlight, Neil talks to us about successful implementation trends, shares his positive experiences around organisational diversity and the secret ingredient to the best Christmas potato roasties you’ve ever tasted!
Chloe Yin is one of GBST’s Testing rockstars. She’s been leading her busy team through an impressive number of new product releases for the past eight years, including GBST’s Composer Technology Transformation Project in Australia and the UK. Find out how Chloe keeps her team motivated and what her signature dish is. You’ll want to accept that dinner invite!
Rajeev Achari has been working at GBST for 16 years. He’s the Technical Manager for EMEA Retail Wealth based in London and shares not just his invaluable expertise with his team that helps to build GBST’s Composer solution, but his rich culture and appreciation for diversity as well.
Read how our GBST Equate custom calculator has helped home loan disruptor Athena convert website visitors into applicants, supporting their goal of "freeing people from the mortgage handcuffs".
We’ve sponsored a report by financial services consultancy the lang cat into investment platform decumulation functionality. The report finds that four years on from pension freedoms, the focus remains more on building funds for retirement than managing them once there.