Argentarius ETI Management Ltd is an international group of companies that has a clear focus of becoming the global leading arranger of Exchange Trade Instruments (ETIs), repackaging Managed Accounts, and Funds. This group operates numerous platforms linked to the provision of ETIs that are related to the performance of a predefined asset.
With offices in Malta, Gibraltar, and the Cayman Island, the company has experienced significant growth since undertaking their first securitisation transaction in 2007. Argentarius is committed to providing its clients with all the relevant information pertaining to their services, which is vital in such a dynamic regulatory environment.
As such, the company decided to task NIU with creating a new website that puts user experience at the forefront, while still boasting a highly appealing finish.
Our team provided the client with a fresh design that gave this website a warmer but still professional look. In addition, we also handled all web development aspects, complete with SEO optimised content for better search engine rankings.
The team also ensured that Argentarius’ new website was mobile-friendly and responsive to different screen resolution, which in itself is a hallmark attribute of optimal UX.
A key feature that was requested by the client was the development of a custom module for ETIs, which is central to their business and also to their client base.
Argentarius was a highly approachable and meticulous client to work with, and their quick response times contributed to a smooth workflow, allowing our team to meet planned project deadlines.
“NIU handled the process very professionally and held several meetings to make sure that our ideas were implemented into the design. The best part of the whole process is that we were given complete access to the backend of the website so that we were free to make further changes ourselves”.
In terms of the finished product, Argentarius is “extremely satisfied”, and they “look forward to continue working with NIU and the team in the coming years”.