TS Imagine Appoints Debra Douglas as Director of Marketing
|NEW YORK – August 28, 2014 – TS Imagine, a leading provider of real-time portfolio and risk management solutions for the global investment community, today announced the appointment of Debra Douglas as the firm’s Director of Marketing. Douglas will lead the firm’s initiatives across corporate and product branding, web and media positioning, events, and client marketing.|
Scott Sherman, one of TS Imagine’s founding partners and Global Head of Sales and Business Development, said, “Debra’s track record for building influential global financial services brands will be instrumental in communicating the superior value of TS Imagine’s innovative cloud-based solutions that are used by the world’s leading banks, brokerage firms, hedge funds, pension funds, funds of funds, and asset managers of all sizes and complexity.”
Sherman added that a strong focus for Douglas will be marketing TS Imagine’s institutional-grade functionality, broad cross-asset instrument support and the ability to employ and scale any trading strategy – as well as the firm’s singular ability to make it easy for clients to customize its extensive analytics and products.
Prior to TS Imagine, Douglas was the Communications Director for Investor Analytics, where she created and executed the firm’s strategic marketing program. Douglas has also served as the Senior Managing Director of Corporate Marketing for Bear Stearns, Managing Director of Corporate Marketing for CIBC World Markets, and has held senior communications positions with Barings PLC and Salomon Brothers. Douglas has a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
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About TS Imagine
TS Imagine is a leading provider of real-time risk and portfolio management solutions for the world’s most prominent brokerage firms, investment banks, hedge funds, and funds of funds looking to maximize returns, minimize risk, and improve transparency. TS Imagine was founded in 1993 and remains privately held, with professionals worldwide setting the standard for innovative risk and technology solutions. TS Imagine was the first to launch a cloud-based portfolio and risk management system in 2000 to make it easy for clients to access, customize, and use the firm’s extensive analytics and products. TS Imagine puts institutional-grade functionality, broad cross-asset instrument support, and the ability to employ and scale any trading strategy for businesses of all sizes and complexity. TS Imagine is used by customers in more than 25 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific regions.
Headquartered in New York City, TS Imagine has offices in Hong Kong, London, and Sydney. For more information, visit www.imaginesoftware.com or contact TS Imagine at 212-317-7600, and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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