KopenTech in the Press
New Live Bidding feature makes BWICs faster and more efficient
The Live Bidding option on the KopenTech BWIC platform allows for more transparency and liquidity in the CLO space. Bidders will see real time price information.
AMR Innovation recognized by GlobalCapital’s US Securitization Awards.
MUFG is voted as the “Most Innovative Securitization Bank of the Year” by GlobalCapital. MUFG was essential in making the first AMR auction on Koptench’s platform a huge success.
Kopentech releases new BWIC trading tools as secondary volumes surge
Kopentech's release of its online CLO trading platform coincides with a pickup in trading volumes. The need for a structured product marketplace with reliable consistent data is amplified during COVID-19. KopenTech BWIC is a 100% web-based platform for CLO trading and portfolio tracking.
KopenTech is on Forbes’s List of Firms Offering Free Technology During the COVID-19 Crisis
During these unprecedented times, we're offering a free 6-month subscription to KopenTech BWIC, the online trading platform for structured products.
Best Infrastructure/Technology Initiative By Exchange/ATS by Fund Intelligence
Kopentech is proud to announce that our AMR and BWIC platforms were voted as "Best Infrastructure/Technology Initiative By Exchange/ATS" by Fund Intelligence!
January 2020: a breakthrough month for KopenTech
KopenTech conducts its inaugural AMR auction and kicks off its electronic trading platform, KopenTech BWIC.
Best Trading and Execution Technology by AltCredit
KopenTech is incredibly excited to announce we have been selected as the "Best Trading and Execution Technology" at the AltCredit US Service Awards.
KopenTech AMR could save investors tens of millions of dollars
"…Buyers of CLO equity may press for more investment firms to use KopenTech’s technology, Moody’s Investors Service analyst Peter Hallenbeck wrote in an emailed comment. There were $25 billion of CLO refinancings last year. If all of them had gone the auction route, equity investors in aggregate would have saved tens of millions of dollars."