for the sixth-straight year, Waters' readers tapped the Eze OMS as being the best OMS platform.
Fidessa dethrones Bloomberg after five years of dominance.
Advent was acquired by SS&C Technologies earlier this year.
Dan Matthies discusses how Bloomberg is working to stay ahead of new regulations, as order and execution management remain key focal points.
Robert Roley talks about the trends driving client demand and regulatory hurdles.
FireEye wins the inaugural title.
SunGard wins the category for the first time.
Markit is now focusing on BCBS 239-related challenges.
Enfusion operates out of three offices globally in New York, Chicago and London.
The Portfolio Analytics module features attribution and charting tools, coupled with reporting functionality.
Nasdaq wins market surveillance category for second consecutive year.
ITG has won this award both years that it's been on offer.
NICE Actimize is bolstering its presence worldwide, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.
BT Radianz Network celebrated its 15th anniversary in July.
IPC Systems was acquired by affiliates of Centerbridge Partners in January 2015 for $1.2 billion.
The Numerix XVA stack’s development has been well heralded for its heavy-duty computational power and design.
This category is a perennially well-contested one, and this year was no different, with a staggering 22 different entries from providers large and small.
Neo has won two years in a row.
Once a sleepy vestige of capital markets infrastructure, clearing has received its rare share of spotlight in the past few years, thanks to regulatory pressure and operational challenges far greater than any one single financial institution can handle on…
AxiomSL's ControllerView leads the way as the best reporting platform according to Waters' readers.
Bloomberg Tradebook has improved workflow capabilities in recent months.
Bloomberg won four categories in this year's Rankings
Every year, these rankings toss the magazine’s editors at least one curious result, leaving us with the entertaining task of figuring out “Why? What happened here?”
in a sense, it was inevitable that Bloomberg Tradebook would eventually take home the prize. In 2015, it finally has.