High-quality human interpretation requires linguistic and factual preparation as well as the ability to retrieve information in real-time. This situation becomes particularly relevant in the context of remote simultaneous interpreting (RSI) where time-to-event may be short, posing new challenges to professional interpreters and their commitment to delivering high-quality services. In order to mitigate these challenges, we present Interpreter Assist, a computer-assisted interpreting tool specifically designed for the integration in RSI scenarios. Interpreter Assist comprises two main feature sets: an automatic glossary creation tool and a real-time suggestion system. In this paper, we describe the overall design of our tool, its integration into the typical RSI workflow, and the results achieved on benchmark tests both in terms of quality and relevance of glossary creation as well as in precision and recall of the real-time suggestion feature.