Waters examines how this recent wave of consolidation is different than previous periods of contraction.
Our reporters take a look at this year’s Waters Rankings category winners, complete with write-ups explaining their achievements over the last 12 months.
Vermilion has been enhancing its reporting platform with a number of new features.
Dedicated to enhancing its flagship product in an on-going basis, Vermilion has become the leader in the client reporting space.
Vermilion Software is the third different winner in the last three years that the best reporting system provider category has been on offer in the Waters Rankings. The London-based client reporting specialist is looking to establish itself as the…
Japanese asset manager to roll out VRS across its global operations for reporting requirements.
In the write-up of this category for last year’s BST Awards, we noted Vermilion’s significant achievement in following up on its success in the 2013 awards by winning the best implementation category for a second year in succession, an achievement…
Vermilion won this year's Buy-Side Technology Award for best client reporting platform.
Integration with portfolio management systems, individualized reporting cited as key.
Asset manager to adopt FundsXML distribution system.
Danish firm looks to streamline operations, migrate from legacy systems
Key to the contract was the ease ease with which the VRS could be integrated existing portfolio management systems.
The catalyst for change in client reporting is a more empowered, digitally aware consumer. Excellence of service delivery will be key to investment managers retaining a competitive edge.
The first of two categories decided by the Waters journalists where all of the previous 29 category winners were considered as potential recipients goes to London-based client reporting specialist Vermilion. By winning this category—one of only two…
London-based Vermilion Software created a bit of history by winning the best implementation category in this year’s awards, making it the first entrant to win this category more than once. The fact that Vermilion’s two wins come in consecutive years…
Transparency, compliance, data integrity, scalability, and accuracy are among the reasons why buy-side firms need to get their client reporting—and especially the applications underpinning their client-reporting activities—right. But fit-for-purpose…
Client reporting services provider Vermilion Software has partnered with financial risk and return management technology vendor Ortec Finance to enhance the firm’s performance attribution capabilities.
Software vendor Vermilion has announced that Ashmore Group has gone live with its Vermilion Reporting Suite (VRS), following a four-month implementation.
Asset manager Principal Global Investors has gone live with the Vermilion Software Reporting Suite to fully automate its client-reporting and communication cycle.
The Des Moines, Iowa-based money manager and provider of specialist boutique funds with approximately $300 billion under management, will use Vermilion's reporting suite to back its expanding European operations.
Only one category in the annual Buy-Side Technology Awards—the best implementation at a buy-side firm—specifically considers the practical implications of a third-party provider’s technology from an end-user’s perspective. This category, therefore, is…
Already on the ground, the London-based reporting software provider to the buy side intends to grow its staff in Singapore to 10 in the coming year as it targets growth there, in Australia, and Hong Kong.
Vermilion Software has relocated its presence in Boston, Mass. to a larger office, in recognition of its growing client base in the region.
Quarterly investment reports have long provided the sandwich filling between investment managers and their clients. Vendors have helped to automate the process, but Steve Dew-Jones considers how technology can take this process to the next level.