thinkFolio has become a tool to understand and keep pace of different investment products
Moody's Portal has attracted more than 120 financial services firms over the last three years.
AIM Software displaces Thomson Reuters for best pricing/valuation service, the vendor's first victory at the BST Awards.
Buy-Side Technology Awards 2017: Best Buy-Side Risk Management Initiative Over the Last 12 Months—RiskVal
RiskVal Financial Solutions is on a roll this year, having already bagged a number of awards, including best market risk solution provider and best portfolio management system provider at this year’s Waters Rankings. Now it claims the best buy-side risk…
Tradeweb’s competitive advantage lies in that as an execution venue, it has its own propriety pricing mechanism
Symbiont repeats as the Best Distributed Ledger Technology Project
While Thasos is a data provider, what makes its technology unique is that it combines GPS data and Wifi triangulation, this way they can cut that distance down to seven meters or less...
Alternative data is an interesting term—it’s different than the stalwarts of market data and reference data—but in today’s trading environment, where everyone is looking for new forms of alpha, is it really all that different? As the industry’s ability…
FactSet took its time making its way into the BST Awards winners’ circle, but if this year’s performance is anything to go by, the Norwalk, Conn.-based financial data and software specialist has designs on making up all that lost ground.
Thasos combines GPS data and Wi-Fi triangulation to provide real-time location data, allowing the vendor to accurately locate a cellphone user to between 1-3 meters.
Thomson Reuters takes the award for best buy-side EMS thanks to its acquisition of the REDI platform in September last year.
For the third straight year, Eze Castle Integration wins as Best Cloud Provider to the Buy-Side
RIMES Technologies has now won best data provider to the buy-side for 11 consecutive years.
Ullink repeats as the winner of the Best Low-Latency Network category.
SS&C offers a platform where companies can track the progress of outsourced services like reconciliation
In July 2016, WatersTechnology ran a story about Marathon Asset Management inking a deal with SimCorp that would see the New York-based $13 billion investment manager replace its incumbent client reporting platform with SimCorp Coric, the roll-out of…
There was a time when software developers looked to Agile as an alternative to the waterfall development methodology, which, for many capital markets projects tended to be too long-winded and exposed them unnecessarily to scope-creep, missed deadlines…
"When we think about AI and machine learning, we see a variety of use-cases from the front office, all the way to the back and middle offices.”
The solution was produced for and with the cooperation of client-firm CTOs
Quantitative Brokers takes the best algorithmic/DMA product award, following up on its success at best TCA provider last year.
SimCorp has improved the way it handles P&L by enhancing the support of cost-basis adjustment.
Duco wins as Best Reconciliation Provider for its Duco Cube platform.
The broker-supplied tool or technology category has typically been the preserve of two companies for the past decade—UBS and Barclays. But this year, Neovest has roared to the winner’s podium thanks to its execution management system (EMS).
Buy-Side Technology Awards 2017: Best Buy-Side Performance Measurement and Attribution Product—FactSet
BISAM's B-One platform, now under FactSet ownership, continues to dominate the performance measurement and attribution platform category.
The winners of this year’s AFTAs were announced at a dinner in midtown Manhattan on December 4.