BlackRock has closed the acquisition of Cachematrix, a financial technology provider which simplifies the cash management process for banks and their corporate clients in a streamlined, open-architecture platform.
The acquisition of Cachematrix adds a new dimension to BlackRock’s global liquidity management capabilities, building on its strength and scale in the cash management space and leadership position in technology and risk management. The combined set of capabilities will seek to enhance BlackRock’s ability to serve the evolving needs of cash investors and help solve their complex liquidity challenges.
BlackRock is one of the most experienced and largest cash management providers in the world, managing approximately $400 billion* in cash management assets for corporations, banks, foundations, insurance companies and public funds. BlackRock has more than 40 years of experience in the cash management business and has a robust suite of global liquidity management solutions.
The acquisition of Cachematrix is part of BlackRock’s strategy to invest in scalable technology solutions that leverage its global platform for the benefit of clients and shareholders. BlackRock’s partner firms are increasingly looking to technology to improve their ability to meet their clients’ needs. BlackRock’s platform of financial technology solutions includes Aladdin, iRetire, Aladdin Risk for Wealth Management and FutureAdvisor.