Nasdaq won the best market surveillance platform category at this year's BST Awards, thanks to its outstanding SMARTS offering, a product that has won numerous WatersTechnology awards over the years.
RIMES Technologies’ dominance in the best data provider category at the Buy-Side Technology Awards is absolute, given that it has won this category for 10 straight years. Alessandro Ferrari, executive vice president of global marketing at RIMES, talks to…
UBS Delta, a perennial winner at the BST Awards over the years, won this year's most prestigious category, the best overall technology provider for 2016.
The first of two categories decided by the Waters journalists, announced on the afternoon of the BST Awards luncheon in London, where the previous 29 winners were considered as potential recipients, goes to London-based startup Commcise, thanks to its…
Electra Information Systems won the best buy-side reconciliation platform at this year's Buy-Side Technology Awards, its third win in this category over the years.
John Brazier speaks to Fidessa's Richard Hooke about Fidessa Sentinel's continued domination in the BST Awards, and the changes the vendor has in the pipeline for next year.
As has become a tradition in the Buy-Side Technology Awards, the final category of the 34 on offer and the second to be announced at this year’s November 4 awards luncheon held at the May Fair Hotel in London, is that of the technology provider of the…
Buy-Side Technology Awards 2016: Service to the Industry Awards—BISAM, IHS Markit and RIMES Technologies
BST acknowledges three truly-innovative firms serving the buy side.
Charles River takes Best Integrated Front-Office Platform crown as new capabilities were added.
This is Rival Systems' first Buy-Side Technology Award.
This is the first year of the category at the Buy-Side Technology Awards.
Axioma's Fabien Couderc discusses the win.
If you create something good, people will take notice, especially if they are looking to strengthen an area through deploying new technologies.
The New York-based vendor wins the category in its inaugural year.
CloudMargin wins the category for the second year in a row.
SimCorp continues its winning streak as it wins Best IBOR Platform/Service for the third straight year.
BISAM, with its alliance partner Natixis Global Asset Management, won this year's best risk management initiative category, one of three wins for the New York-based firm.
The ability for fund administrators to deliver the quality and caliber of services expected by increasingly demanding buy-side firms is largely contingent on their technology—possessing industry-leading technology makes delivering reliable, accurate and…
Ullink wins this year's best low-latency trading network category in the Buy-Side technology Awards, thanks to its Nyfix network.
“TradeGuide draws in data from multiple sources, which is interpreted with conclusions presented in an easy-to-digest format."
UBS unseated Barclays in 2014 to claim the best broker-supplied tool category in the BST Awards, a feat that it repeated last year and again this year, bringing the Swiss bank’s total of wins in this category to six, thanks to its UBS Delta platform, a…
RIMES continues to dominate the best data provider category with its 10th consecutive win at the BST Awards.
Transaction-cost analysis (TCA), the process by which the quality of brokers’ executions are measured, has, over the course of the last five years, risen to prominence, to the point now where it is one of the most important criteria buy-side firms…
Satuit Technologies joins the winner's circle for the first time for its SatuitCRM platform.