|[January 30, 2013]
Asia Asset Management Names Charles River IMS "Best in Trading Technology" for 2012
MELBOURNE, Australia --(Business Wire)--
River, a front- and middle-office investment management solutions
provider, today announced that the Asia Asset Management Awards 2012 has
named the Charles River Investment Management Solution (IMS) "Best in
The award recognises Charles River's strong regional presence and
complete solution of software, managed services, FIX connectivity and
data, that combines order and execution management capabilities in a
single trading system.
According to Asia Asset Management Publisher Tan Lee Hock, "Among
the main reaons for the judging panel recognising Charles River for
'Best in Trading Technology,' was the firm's continued commitment to
expanding its presence with local experts who understand the region's
unique market and technology needs."
"Charles River invests heavily in its solutions to help buy-side firms
address the latest regulations, industry-driven requirements, and best
trading workflows," said Cameron Field, Managing Director - APAC,
Charles River. "This award recognises our ability to provide domestic
firms across Asia-Pacific, and global firms with a regional presence,
with a complete trading solution that simplifies operations, eliminates
the need for multiple systems, and lowers the total cost of ownership."
Charles River has five local offices across Asia-Pacific, including
Beijing, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Singapore and Tokyo.
About Charles River
Charles River provides an enterprise solution to automate the investment
management process across asset classes and streamline front- and
middle-office operations for buy-side firms. A single solution
integrates software, hosting, application management, data and FIX
connectivity to support portfolio management, performance and risk,
compliance monitoring, order and execution management, and post-trade
processing. The company has more than 350 clients in 43 countries in the
institutional asset and fund management, alternative investments, wealth
management, insurance, banking, pension and custody markets.
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