A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
New York-based Imagine Software wins this year’s Sell-Side Technology Award in the analytics category for its Real-Time Risk and Compliance product.
This year's SST Awards were held on the afternoon of April 12 in London. Here are this year's 31 category winners.
Imagine Software wins the Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor—Risk, Compliance and Reporting category at AFTAs 2017.
After winning the coveted vendor innovation category for risk, compliance and reporting at this year’s AFTAs, James Rundle sits down with Imagine Software’s CEO, Lance Smith, to talk about risk, regulation, and what’s coming up in 2018.
AFTAs 2017: Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor—Risk, Compliance and Reporting—Imagine Software
The hallmark of a truly innovative technology vendor is its ability to rapidly respond to changes in the market and address its clients’ demands by developing and delivering a new solution that provides exactly what is required of it. New York-based…
Company seeks to support growing buy- and sell-side demand for regtech
As institutional investors increase their allocations to alternative investments, they’re finding that they need to improve their analytical capabilities when it comes to monitoring enterprise risk.
Flexible reporting tools required as regulators consider further oversight.
Last week, Imagine Software announced it was expanding its Imagine Financial Platform (IFP) and App Marketplace with the launch of Imagine Risk Services. Officials say this latest rollout will provide users with greater customization for portfolio…
Microsoft Excel spreadsheets will continue to be widely used at asset management firms for the foreseeable future. But new regulations, technological advancements, and risk management concerns are leading buy-side firms to examine ways to lessen their…
In part two of his examination of risk on the buy side, Anthony Malakian looks at how the regulatory environment is changing the way risk is managed and reported on, and delves into the buy versus build trade-off for risk-related technology.
New York-based Imagine Software has unveiled a new offering that will allow firms to meet CFTC regulatory demands.
The HVRM solution, targeted at clearing houses, enables firms to cope with CFTC rules 1.73 and 1.74, which require screen orders and monitoring for pre-established risk-based limits.
Oslo-based hedge fund Asymmetric Asset Management has signed with Imagine Software for portfolio and risk management services.
As yet another regulatory reform takes effect—the European Securities and Markets Authority's regulation on short selling—Imagine Software's Brian Miranda says firms are struggling under the weight of it all.
The portfolio and risk management solutions provider says its new Risk Aggregator platform is helping the $6.6 billion AUM fund-of-funds locate, verify, and normalize position-level data through independent sourcing of information.
Hong Kong-based hedge fund Expedition Advisors has integrated with Imagine Software's cloud-based portfolio management and risk offering.
Australian absolute return fund Monash Investors has gone live with Imagine Software's trading system to support its dealings in the Australian equities, options and futures markets.
UK hedge fund manager will use Imagine's software to automate its historic and parametric VaR calculations.
The software firm says the investment management platform, called IFP, will bring quick implementation times and apps covering portfolio management, margins, and reporting.
Hong Kong hedge fund to use products as core office system.
Imagine Software's solution provides portfolio attribution and risk analytics, all on a cloud.