To NOMA or not to NOMA?

Elgin White’s new SimCorp NOMA Review Service

Thinking of moving to SimCorp's New Order Manager Architecture?

What is NOMA?

In recent years SimCorp has been transforming and modernizing the architecture of its Order Manager. The result is NOMA (New Order Manager Architecture).

Many SimCorp customers are considering whether to move to NOMA but unsure whether the timing is right and/or what is involved.

Elgin White’s new NOMA Review Service helps you to: 

    • Get an independent view on whether this is the right time for your organization to move onto NOMA
    • Put in place a delivery roadmap that ensures accelerated value for your business as part of the implementation
    • Understand the details, such as how the NOMA architecture can co-exist seamlessly, side-by-side with your existing SimCorp Dimension Front Office architecture, with all orders appearing in the same view
    • Accelerate project delivery and ease any challenges in the project with our in-house deep product knowledge and project capabilities
    • Work in partnership with SimCorp to enable seamless implementation and provide the right contacts within SimCorp product teams

Download our NOMA Review Service pack for more details on our expertise and approach.


Elgin White helps you to leverage the value of your investment in the SimCorp Front Office modules, break down silos between SimCorp Dimension and other internal systems, and access all of the new capabilities that NOMA delivers.

Matthew Reid
Principal Consultant, Elgin White

Jeremy Hurwitz

Managing Director - North America

Based in Los Angeles, California, Jeremy founded InvestTech Systems Consulting LLC in 1990. As President and Director the Enterprise Data Management and Architecture Practice for more than 25 years he managed over 50 large investment technology, strategy, and implementation projects for many of the largest global investment management firms. Following the acquisition of his firm by Accenture in 2017, Jeremy remained as Managing Director, Asset Management Lead.

Jeremy joined Elgin White in 2022 to lead the firm’s launch into North America. He is recognized throughout the North America asset management community as a thought leader and innovation architect in the design of enterprise data, analytics, and reporting platforms. His deep knowledge, broad buy-side network, and extensive experience deploying business-outcome-focused technology solutions successfully has accelerated the growth of Elgin White in North America.

Stanley Drasky

Managing Director

Stan joined Elgin White in 2020 following an impressive 30-year career working predominantly for world-class buy-side financial services firms in North America and Europe. He is a renowned buy-side technology leader with a reputation for designing and delivering large-scale transformation initiatives at scale and pace. Currently, Stan is especially active leading infrastructure (cloud and managed services) transformation projects.

His most recent roles prior to Elgin White include Chief Information Officer (EMEA) at State Street and various senior positions during his eight-year tenure at Northern Trust Corporation, including Head of IT & EMEA/Global Director of Fund Administration Technology, Global Director of Asset Management Technology, and Director of Trade Execution Technologies. Stan has also held senior Operational and Technology roles at Nuveen Investments and BNY Mellon.

Throughout his career Stan has been a strategic client or partner of every major front-to-back office technology vendor including SimCorp and Charles River Development.

Erik Schutte

Managing Director

Erik founded Elgin White’s consultancy practice in 2019, which transitioned the firm into a full-service buy-side consultancy and resourcing business. He is an experienced front-to-back business transformation professional and has held several senior management positions during his more than 30-year career in the UK and his native Netherlands, as well as Asia Pacific.

Previous roles include Head of Professional Services at SimCorp, Director at PwC UK, and Managing Director for Wealth & Asset Management Services at Accenture UK & Ireland.