Imagine Honored For Best Real-Time Portfolio, Risk and Regulatory Solutions
LONDON – January 27, 2017 – Imagine received top honors as the ”Best Provider of Real-Time Portfolio, Risk and Regulatory Solutions” at the annual Hedge Fund Journal awards event celebrating outstanding industry achievements.
Rod Sparks, Publisher of The Hedge Fund Journal, said, “The Hedge Fund Journal Awards 2017 recognizes companies that have not only performed well against their own growth goals, but that have, more importantly, provided outstanding services to the hedge fund community to assist managers of all strategies to outperform their benchmarks in 2016. Congratulations to all of the winners.”
Scott Sherman, Imagine’s Co-Founder and Global Head of Business Development and Sales, said, “We are very proud to receive this award, which we share with our clients who challenge us each and every year to create the innovative solutions required to succeed in the demanding financial marketplace.”
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About Imagine Software
Imagine Software, founded in 1993, provides real-time portfolio, risk management, and regulatory solutions for the world’s leading financial services firms in more than twenty-five countries throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions. Imagine provides institutional-grade functionality and broad cross-asset instrument support for businesses of all sizes and complexity. 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.
Headquartered in New York City, Imagine has offices in Hong Kong, London, and Sydney. For more information, visit www.imaginesoftware.com or contact Imagine Software at 212-317-7600, and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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