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TS Imagine Shortlisted in the Waters Technology 2015 Rankings

Best Data Analytics Provider and Best Enterprise Data Management System Provider
NEW YORK – May 20, 2015 – TS Imagine, a leading global provider of portfolio management, risk, and regulatory solutions for financial firms worldwide, has been shortlisted as the “Best Risk Analytics Provider” and “Best Enterprise Data Management System Provider” in the 13th annual Waters Rankings. WatersTechnology recognizes companies that provide technology and services to capital markets participants.

“TS Imagine has provided real-time risk data and solutions for more than twenty years, and we are honored to be nominated for the Waters rankings,” said Brendan Quinn, Director of Sales at TS Imagine.

The winners will be selected by the Waters magazine readers. Voting will close on Friday, June 5, 2015, and the results will be announced on Thursday, July 16. To cast your vote or learn more about the Waters Rankings please click here.

TS Imagine’s portfolio and risk management tools are based on objective real-time risk data and analyses, delivering accurate and auditable financial information to managers, investors, and regulatory organizations. TS Imagine was recently named “Best Real-Time Portfolio, Risk, and Regulatory Solutions” firm by Hedge Fund Journal and “Best Risk Management Product” by theHFMWeek.

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About TS Imagine

TS Imagine, founded in 1993, is a leading provider of real-time portfolio, risk management, and regulatory solutions for the world’s largest financial services firms. TS Imagine delivers the powerful technology and real-time risk management solutions that help clients navigate market risk, improve portfolio performance, deliver operational efficiencies, and provide regulatory transparency.  Clients have the flexibility of a traditional in-house installation or a full-service, cloud-based ASP with real-time pricing, global security master, corporate actions, derived market data, and 24/7 connectivity. Established to provide institutional-grade functionality and broad cross-asset instrument support for businesses of all sizes and complexity, TS Imagine is used by customers in more than twenty-five 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.

For further information and media inquiries, please contact:

Debra Douglas
Director of Marketing
TS Imagine
debrad@imaginesoftware.com
646-827-4442

LaToya Bowlah
Marketing and PR Associate
latoyab@imaginesoftware.com
646-827-4491

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