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New software will double jobs at fintech firm Vox Financial Partners

Susan O'Kane, eastern regional manager, Invest NI with Terry Robinson, chief executive of Vox Financial
Susan O'Kane, eastern regional manager, Invest NI with Terry Robinson, chief executive of Vox Financial

By Staff Reporter

A fintech consultancy firm based in Belfast plans to double its team by 2020 on the back of new software it says will guide the financial services industry in a post-Brexit world.

Vox Financial Partners said its new product Opal will improve efficiencies in the global industry by digitising contract information, helping customers create and update contracts with ease, minimising the time and cost taken to conclude negotiations.

The Belfast company advises on regulatory changes and requirements in North America and Europe.

Vox chief executive Terry Robinson said: "We recognised a gap in the financial trading markets for software that would safeguard data quality and help our customers deliver the repapering of thousands of contracts for their clients. This will be particularly valuable to our target audience following the UK's exit from the EU."

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