UBS Delta, won two awards at this year's BST Awards: best broker-supplied tool and best overall technology provider for 2016. John Brazier chats to UBS' Ian Lumb and Lindsey Matthews about the firm's win, and what UBS has in store for its Delta platform going forward.
This year, UBS Delta joins a distinguished list of past winners of this category, which includes Advent Software (now part of SS&C Technologies), Charles River Development, Eze Software Group, Fidessa, Algorithmics (now part of IBM), and last year's recipient, RIMES Technologies. This is UBS Delta's second category win of this year's BST Awards, after it emerged top of the best broker-supplied tool/technology category, although it also featured prominently in the final reckoning in three other categories: best buy-side risk management initiative over the last 12 months, best buy-side performance measurement and attribution product-both won by BISAM-and best buy-side risk/portfolio analytics product, won by Axioma.
John Brazier chats to UBS' Ian Lumb and Lindsey Matthews about the firm's win, and what UBS has in store for its Delta platform going forward.
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