SLaaS: Securities Lending as a Service
A new generation of securities lending platform, designed for you and your underlying clients.
Securities Lending as a Service: the first securities lending solution that wealth managers and online brokers can offer to their private clients.
Lend securities like never before
Unlock a new revenue stream for you and your clients with Sharegain. Now, you can easily offer all your clients an additional return on their stocks, bonds and ETFs, delivered through a fully digital lending solution. We call it Securities Lending as a Service (SLaaS).
With SLaaS, you’re in control. Roll out a securities lending offering to your clients, without any up-front costs or the operational burden of building an offering from scratch.
Customised for every client
Offer a fully customisable, end-to-end securities lending solution to your clients.
You’re in control
Connect every one of your client accounts to one seamless solution that automates all the front- and back-office operations.
Aligned with your interests
Only pay when you lend, with no hidden charges, no set-up fees and no licencing costs.
Put your clients at the centre of your securities lending
With SLaaS, you can fully customise your lending programme, with different levels of engagement and lending data for each stakeholder and client type.
What’s more, your clients will enjoy an unmatched user experience. Onboard your clients in three simple steps.
And to top it off, our API layer allows you to easily integrate a securities lending offering into your existing systems and processes.
Custodian bank use case: Drumbeat
A medium-sized custodian bank was looking to offer a flexible securities lending solution for their asset aggregator clients and underlying investors. Find out how we delivered the solution they needed, without adding any new operational overheads.
Challenge what’s possible from a securities lending solution
It’s time to unlock a new source of revenue for you and your clients, one that you can roll out in weeks, not months.