Misys, the leading financial software company, has today announced that it has won two categories of the annual Structured Products Technology Rankings 2015.
The Structured Products Technology Rankings are awarded annually in recognition of the top buy side and sell side firms participating in the market. The magazine arranges a survey every year to poll professionals from various financial institutions including banks, asset management firms and insurance companies. This year Misys has achieved the top position in the Trading Systems Credit and Risk Management Limits categories.
The company has consistently been recognised for its innovation in the industry, and this award follows several recent accolades including the FSTech Awards where Misys was presented with three awards across risk management, trading systems and online technology. Misys clients rely on its solutions to be the most advanced on the market, ensuring effective risk control and helping them to comply with regulations, and awards show Misys strong position as a leader in their risk management and capital markets software.
Misys has invested in research and development to entirely rethink and redesign their risk management and capital markets platforms and architecture, ensuring that Misys’ clients always have access to the best technology on the market. Taking onto account the new challenges facing the financial sector, Misys vision supports the financial institutions that want to be truly agile and are willing to adapt to continued change in order to find their competitive edge and outperform their peers.
“We are very pleased with our success in this years Structured Products Awards,” said Boris Lipiainen. Global Head of Product Management at Misys. “This is solid evidence of the superior coverage and capabilities of our solutions, and testament to the skill of our employees who develop these. We are constantly looking to enrich our solutions and it is great to see these efforts being recognised by our clients and the readers of Structured Products magazine once again.”