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JP Morgan Unveils Fusion: A Cloud-Native Data Technology Solution for Institutional Investors


J.P. Morgan has introduced its Securities Services Data Mesh, a new feature of Fusion, its cloud-native data technology solution. The announcement was made on Wednesday, underscoring the growing importance of advanced data access in the Securities Services industry.

Gerard Francis, Head of Data Solutions at J.P. Morgan, highlighted Fusion’s role in addressing integration and scalability challenges in asset servicing data as investments become increasingly complex. The cloud technology provides crucial investment data from J.P. Morgan’s Custody, Fund Accounting, and Middle Office services through REST APIs, Jupyter notebooks, and the Snowflake (NYSE:SNOW) Financial Services Data Cloud.

Fusion’s Data Mesh includes Securities Services data for the first time, enabling direct data access from both cloud and on-premise applications. The solution’s compatibility with Snowflake allows direct access to J.P. Morgan data across various cloud providers. New REST API, Python, and Java SDKs facilitate easy workflow integration and advanced analytics for use cases ranging from automated reconciliation to investment analysis and reporting.

Investors can directly access their data in Jupyter notebooks using the Fusion Python library. This newly optimized tool for developers includes a notifications service, self-service tools, and access to data catalogs.

Benoit Dageville, co-founder of Snowflake, praised Fusion’s transformative effect on client experience by modernizing securities services data access. Similarly, Julia Hegelstad from Storebrand Asset Management commended Fusion’s reliability.

Tim Fitzgerald of J.P. Morgan emphasized Fusion’s central role in the data-driven Securities Services industry. These advancements significantly impact J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank, which holds $30.4 trillion in assets under custody and $647.5 billion in deposits.

According to InvestingPro data, J.P. Morgan has a market capitalization of 424.84 billion USD and a P/E ratio of 9.37, which is relatively low compared to its near-term earnings growth. This suggests that the company is currently undervalued. The company also has a revenue growth of 12.14%, indicating that its revenue has been accelerating. This rapid growth could be a result of the company’s recent technological advancements and product launches.

InvestingPro Tips also highlights that J.P. Morgan has been a prominent player in the bank industry and has maintained dividend payments for 53 consecutive years, offering a 2.88% dividend yield. This shows the company’s strong financial health and commitment to rewarding its shareholders. Additionally, 7 analysts have revised their earnings upwards for the upcoming period, indicating positive sentiment towards the company’s future performance.

For more insights and tips, visit InvestingPro. The platform offers a total of 11 additional tips for J.P. Morgan, providing a comprehensive analysis of the company’s financial health and prospects.

Richard Hillary serves as the media contact for these initiatives at J.P. Morgan.


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