Waters Wrap: Numerix, Fincad and the new world of M&A

Anthony says Numerix’s acquisition of Fincad is indicative of where technology development in the capital markets is heading.

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When Steve O’Hanlon was named CEO of Numerix back in February 2013, the press release announcing his ascension from president and COO to the top spot noted that he “has been credited with … consolidating the product stack into a single cross-asset analytics engine, creating the Numerix partner channel, [and] focusing on key acquisitions,” among several other things.

A year later, the pricing and risk analytics specialist planned to expand its business and product offering by targeting an

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