TS Imagine Wins for Best Sell-Side Analytics Product
Waters Technology Applauds TS Imagine’s Real-Time Risk & Compliance (RRC) Solution
April 13, 2019– TS Imagine took top honors for “Best-Sell Side Analytics Product” in the Waters TechnologySell-Side Awards, announced in London on April 11, 2019. The Waters Technology Sell-Side Awards recognize the firms that develop market-leading technologies specifically for sell-side firms, allowing them to operate more efficiently, transparently and judiciously. The awards focus on innovative firms that address the sell side’s most pressing needs, allowing them to maximize operational efficiencies.
Scott Sherman, Co-Founder and Global Head of Business Development & Sales, said: “We are delighted to be recognized by the Waters Technology team of judges for our Real-Time Risk & Compliance (RRC) Solution, which wasbuilt for sell-side firmsneeding a single, real-time platform to investigate, correct, and manage the risk on thousands of client accounts with millions of positions and millions of trades per day.”
Sherman added that: “RRC was developed in close collaboration with our sell-side clients who neededintegrated cross-asset security, position and portfolio-level risk and exposure views to manage high-volume operations. An important differentiator for our clients is their ability to customize and create any analytic using our scripting interface. This is especially useful for firms employing their own measures based on either how they view the world, or how they manage their client base, as we provide easy access to summary data, such as performance contributions sliced-and-diced as needed, benchmarks, limits, and monitoring, as well as books and records for compliance and audit needs.”
|Sherman also noted that: Virtually any metric can be created and included in any view on top of TS Imagine’s library of ‘standard’ metrics provided out-of-the-box – something as simple as a personalized view for an existing function, as utilitarian as automating end-of-day processes, or as intricate as a Monte Carlo pricing model.”|
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About TS Imagine
Founded in 1993, TS Imagineis the leading provider of real-time portfolio, risk management and regulatory solutions for global financial services firms. TS Imagine provides 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. Firms rely on TS Imagine to manage their entire portfolio and risk management operations, create product and business-specific solutions, deliver on-time regulatory reports and scale for growth. Today, TS Imagine services clients in more than 25 countries throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions.
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