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New York, NY – May, 23 2023 – NEW YORK / LONDON / PARIS — Everysk, a pioneering provider of customizable, no-code, low-code intelligent automation solutions, is honored to be chosen as a strategic partner of Dynamic Beta Investments (“DBi”), a leading liquid alternative investment manager based in New York. With the implementation of Everysk’s hyperautomation platform, DBi has enhanced its operations with powerful workflows, significantly streamlining daily repeatable processes, and fortifying its path to sustained growth.

Everysk has digitized DBi’s operations by automating multiple workflows, including 18f-4 and UCITS regulatory compliance, margin optimization for delta one certificates, and pre-trade compliance for both European and North American funds.

For firms like DBi that face increasingly stringent compliance requirements, the demand for hyperautomation solutions that reduce administrative burdens continues to surge. Gartner believes the hyperautomation software category will exceed one trillion dollars by 2026.

Everysk offers significant advantages for rapidly growing firms like DBi, which saw its total assets under management skyrocket from $700 million to over $2 billion in less than a year.

“Automation enhances efficiency for all firms,” said Allan Brik, CEO of Everysk. “The faster institutional firms wish to grow, the more our solutions help them to do so without incurring more overhead. Everysk is a platform for capital market managers seeking distinct advantage over their peers.”

Mathias Mamou-Mani, Managing Member of DBi explained how Everysk supports their strategy.

“At DBi, we are committed to delivering value through fee disintermediation,” Mamou-Mani, Managing Member of DBi, said. “One proven strategy to achieve this is by implementing intelligent automation platforms like Everysk that reduce administrative costs and operational burdens. Cost reductions that enhance efficiency help fulfill our mission to our investors, while keeping us compliant with regulatory requirements.”

Contact Everysk to learn more.

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