Details Of Misys-Sophis Merger Take Shape

Samer Ballouk, global head of product management & business development, Misys Sophis

Back in November the acquisition of Sophis, which had an impeccable record on the buy side, by Misys, a primarily sell-side-focused technology vendor, was met with much skepticism. So, for the last four months, the new firm, Misys Sophis, has been working to allay fears that Sophis might lose its buy-side focus. (Note, however, that while Misys enjoys significant buy-side traction, the Paris-based vendor also serves the sell side, which it does through its Risque offering).

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