At a cocktail reception held in the iconic Empire State Building in New York, this year's Waters Rankings winners were announced.
Earlier tonight (July 18) at the fabled Empire Room on the ground floor of the Empire State Building, Waters unveiled this year's Waters Rankings winners.
Over the course of a month, end-users making up a large swath of the capital markets cast thousands of votes for their favorite technology providers across 26 categories. Below is a list of this year's winners and the categories they emerged top in.
We would like to thank our readers for sharing their expertise in determining this year's winners, as well as everyone who attended the event.
The August issue of Waters will feature write-ups for each of the winners, explaining their strengths in the categories they won. To view last year's batch of champions, please click here.
Best Full-Service Brokerage
Best Agency Brokerage
Best Interdealer Brokerage
Best Crossing Network Provider
Best Sell-Side Clearing Provider
Best Exceptions and Reconciliation Management
TRADER SOFTWARE TOOLS
Best Sell-Side Order Management System (OMS) Provider
Best Buy-Side Order Management System (OMS) Provider
ConvergEx's Eze OMS
Best Portfolio Management System Provider
Best Execution Management System (EMS) Provider
Best Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Systems Provider
Sybase, an SAP company
Best Reference Data Provider
Best Corporate Actions Solution Provider
Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. (DTCC)
Best Low-Latency Data Technology Provider
Best Complex Event Processing (CEP) Solution Provider
Sybase, an SAP company
COMPLIANCE / RISK MANAGEMENT
Best AML Compliance Solution Provider
Best Counterparty Risk Management Provider
Best Market Risk Solution Provider
Best Credit Risk Solution Provider
Best Risk Analytics Provider
Best Trading Floor Communication System Provider
Best Data Center Provider
Best Network Provider
Best Data Grid Provider
Best Server Virtualization Provider
Best Outsourcing Provider
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