Chartis RiskTech BuySide 50 report: TS Imagine wins Technology and Techniques Category
New York, August 11, 2022: TS Imagine is proud to announce that we have been ranked no. 1 in the Technology and Techniques category by Chartis Research in the Chartis RiskTech Buyside 50 report.
This ranking recognizes the depth and breadth of the products TS Imagine provides to the market. Our risk solution provides real-time, multi-asset class risk management and data analytics to investors, offering unique risk assessments and adding crucial value to their investment process.
Overall, TS Imagine has been selected as a top buy-side technology provider in the market according to the report. This reinforces the leading position of the company, only one year after its creation by a merger of two dominant SaaS platforms, TradingScreen and Imagine Software.
Andrew Morgan, President and Chief Revenue Officer of TS Imagine, said: “We are pleased to be recognized as one of the leading global technology providers in the risk solution space. This is a testament to the strength of our products, and a confirmation of the efficiency and scalability our SaaS platform brings to buy-side investors.”
The Chartis RiskTech Buyside 50 ranking and report examines the current buy-side landscape, highlighting the overarching dynamics and key trends, and recognizing the top 50 vendors in the space. The report highlights and focuses on the full, front-to-back investment lifecycle that is incorporated into asset/securities investing.
About TS Imagine
Born from the combination of two leading SaaS platforms, TradingScreen and Imagine Software, TS Imagine provides real-time financial securities trading, portfolio management, and risk solutions for capital markets. The platform is uniquely positioned to streamline complex and tedious workflows across front, middle, and back-office functions.
TS Imagine has over 400 employees in 10 offices worldwide, serving approximately 500 buy-side and sell-side institutions in North and South America, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific, including hedge funds, traditional asset managers, pension funds, mutual funds, and financial institutions.
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