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AxiomSL's work with Standard Charter landed it the best implementation at a sell-side firm category in this year's SST Awards. Anthony Malakian chats to Alex Tsigutkin about the win.
Anthony Malakian chats to Numerix's Jim Jockle about his firm's two wins at this year's Sell-Side Technology Awards.
Anthony Malakian chats to SmartStream's Kurt Eldridge about his firm's win in this year's SST Awards.
Anthony Malakian chats to Fenergo's Mick Furlong about his firm's win in this year's SST Awards.
This year's Sell-Side Technology Awards, held at the Marriott Marquis in New York on April 21, featured 26 individual categories and 27 winners. Here is an overview of this year’s winners and why they won.
The firm’s electronic execution platform provides access to 215 markets globally.
Autonomy launched in February 2015
This win makes it four in a row for the New York-based specialist risk provider.
The New York-based vendor has been around for over 40 years.
CLS took part in three initiatives in 2015 that demonstrate its desire to meet its clients’ evolving needs.
Cloud9 is built on WebRTC, which provides real-time communication capabilities through simple application programming interfaces (APIs) and Amazon Cloud Infrastructure.
R3 was launched with 43 member banks.
Numerix was the other co-winner in this category.
SmartStream was the other co-winner in this category.
Write-ups by Victor Anderson, Anthony Malakian, Dan DeFrancesco and John Brazier.
SmartStream has won this category every single year.
The Dublin-based vendor’s solution helps firms manage end-to-end regulatory onboarding and entity data management processes.
AxiomSL helped Standard Chartered Bank address new BOE reporting requirements.
OpenFin has been a leading developer of HTML5-based solutions.
Last year's winner, Symphony, has seen wide industry adoption.
The Broadway Order Router’s core strength lies in its adaptability.
In April, OTAS unveiled Lingo for Microstructure, a new extension of its existing natural language reporting technology.
The firm was founded in September 2015 by a consortium of nine banks (that number has since swelled to 43)