Bravura Solutions achieves GoodAccreditation standard second year running

London, 29 May 2013 – Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura), is pleased to announce that it has achieved the GoodAccreditation standard for 2013. The prestigious title recognises Bravura’s transfer agency and wrap platform systems for the second year in a row. Given annually by specialist consultancy firm Goodacre, accreditation is allocated to systems and service suppliers that meet specified criteria in serving the regulated financial markets.

Stephen Pinner, Goodacre UK’s MD said: “We have received a record number of applications for accreditation this year. This emphasises the increasing importance and integrity of the process. The accreditation criteria is tough and not all firms pass the test. However those that have are to be congratulated”.

Tony Klim, Chief Executive Officer of Bravura said: “We are delighted to have been granted accreditation both this year and in 2012. The achievement demonstrates that our transfer agency and wrap platform solutions meet and exceed customer expectations and end-user requirements; something we are proud of in today’s challenging market place.

“We attribute this success to an unwavering commitment to continuous research and development and excellence in service”.

Bravura’s Chief Executive Officer, Tony Klim was quoted in this press release. To ask Tony a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com

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