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TS Imagine Continues to Capture Spotlight for Full Portfolio, Risk & Regulatory Solutions – from a Single Platform

 

TS Imagine’s comprehensive front-to-back office risk platform is a tremendous operational asset
NEW YORK – September 30, 2015 –TS Imagine, leading provider of portfolio management, risk and regulatory solutions for financial firms worldwide, has been shortlisted as the “Best Portfolio Management Provider” and “Best Risk Management Technology Provider” in the 2015 HFM US Hedge Fund Services Awards. TS Imagine is also on the CIR’s 2015 Risk Management Awards shortlist for “Risk Management Innovation of the Year.”

“In today’s interconnected, faster-moving markets, TS Imagine’s ability to manage the entire risk platform for major global firms or growing alternative investment funds – including future unknown regulatory challenges – is a tremendous operational asset.  We are greatly honored by the continued recognition of our dedication to innovative excellence,” said Scott Sherman, Global Head of Business Development & Sales for TS Imagine.

HFM recognizes companies that have demonstrated exemplary product development in the past twelve months, while CIR spotlights innovation in the risk management sector.

TS Imagine was recently named “Best Provider of Portfolio Risk & Regulatory Solutions” by Acquisition International, “Best Risk Management Product” by HFM Week and “Best Firm for Real-Time Portfolio, Risk & Regulatory Solutions” by The Hedge Fund Journal.

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About TS Imagine

TS Imagine, founded in 1993, is the leading provider of real-time portfolio management, risk, and regulatory solutions for financial services firms of all sizes and complexity.  TS Imagine’s award-winning technology platform is the smooth-running engine that drives entire front-to-back-office operations and allows firms to scale for growth. With a traditional in-house installation and a full-service, cloud-based ASP, clients have unparalleled access to 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, TS Imagine is used by hundreds of firms and thousands of users 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, Sydney, and Cleveland. 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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