Join the firms that thrive with Imagine

Imagine’s risk and portfolio analytics are thoughtfully designed to meet the distinctive needs of buy-side and sell-side firms. We make it our business to understand and stay abreast of the priorities, sensitivities, regulatory requirements and other demands facing each of the market segments we serve. Our goal is to meet and exceed our clients’ high standards, helping them to deliver excellent service to their ultimate clients around the world. We invite you to explore the capabilities Imagine offers that help firms like yours to thrive.

A Selection of our Clients

  • Bank of America
  • Credit Suisse
  • Millennium
  • Societe Generale
  • Janus Henderson Investors
  • Cheyne Capital
  • Centiva Capital
  • BMO Financial Group
  • Saba
  • Invesco
  • Majid Al Futtaim
  • Segantii
  • SkyBridge Capital
  • Haitong
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Truist
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Cantor Fitzgerald
  • BMO Global Asset b
  • Perennial Value Management
  • SENRIGAN
  • Parallax Volatility Advisors
  • MACQUARIE
  • Laurion
  • Huatai Securities
  • KEW Capital
  • Guotai Junan Securities
  • GF Asset Management
  • ELO
  • Phalanx Capital Bar
  • DTC Investment Management
  • 9 Masts
  • wolverine
  • China Merchants Securities
  • Arrowgrass

News / Insights

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Structured Products

Imagine Software Expands Asset-Class Coverage and Delivers Cloud-Based Solution for Structured Products

New models and workflows support structured products combined with cost and operational efficiencies of Imagine’s cloud-based solution.

November 16, 2020
Altair and Imagine Software

ALTAIR PANOPTICON™ & IMAGINE – A Compelling Combination

Steven Harrison, President of Imagine Software, and Bruce Zulu, Director of Technical Support Services for the Business Intelligence division at Panopticon’s parent company, Altair, explain the collaboration and how it benefits clients.

November 9, 2020

How a Stressful Election Could Stress Your Portfolios

Most market observers agree that the many uncertainties swirling around the US Presidential election are likely to generate volatility in the US equity market that could last well beyond November 3rd.

October 16, 2020

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