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Denver, CO —(April 7, 2016)— Trust Company of America (TCA), the largest independent provider of integrated technology, custody and practice management support for Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs), today announced its integration with Riskalyze, a top provider of risk assessment technology and inventor of the Risk Number®.

The integration of Riskalyze with TCA’s powerful technology platform provides greater efficiencies for advisors including:

  • More efficient risk analysis and management of client accounts. As advisors make adjustments or updates to client accounts on the TCA platform, these changes can be automatically fed into the advisor’s Riskalyze data, which processes the investments and allocations within seconds. And from the Riskalyze user interface, advisors can search for their TCA clients and seamlessly add their holdings to a Riskalyze client profile.
     
  • More efficient risk...

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