Published On: Thu, Oct 8th, 2009

Thomson Reuters Tops Asia Risk Technology Rankings for a Second Year in a Row

Thomson Reuters announced September 15 that it has retained its leading position as the number one trading and risk management solution provider according to Asia Risk’s technology rankings for 2009.

Thomson Reuters garnered strong support for its risk management solutions across the region as financial institutions adapt, innovate and optimize operations in this fast moving financial market place. In Asia alone, over the past 12 months, Thomson Reuters has signed 26 Kondor+ Suite contracts, spanning all countries and all technologies categories, including trading, risk, asset and liability management and back office.

Andrew White, Global Head of Risk Management, Thomson Reuters commented: “Thomson Reuters is delighted to have its trade and risk management software portfolio recognized by its most important stakeholder group – the banks themselves. Winning the Overall Technology Vendor award for the second straight year attests to our strategy of customer driven innovation and our commitment to providing high quality local support. By working with our customers we ensure that our ongoing product investment anticipates market requirements and provides the maximum possible return on their investment.”

In addition to winning the Number One Overall Technology Vendor, Thomson Reuters was ranked first in the following categories:

# 1 Risk Management –Overall
#1 Risk Management – Dedicated Credit Risk Management
# 1 Risk Management- Limit Checking
# 1 Risk Management – Back Office
# 1 Risk Management- Collateral Management
# 1 Pricing & Risk Analytics- Credit
# 1 Pricing & Risk Analytics – Cross-asset
# 1 Pricing & Risk Analytics – Rates
# 1 Trading Systems- Equities
# 1 Trading Systems – FX

Asia Risk suThomson Reuters announced September 15 that it has retained its leading position as the number one trading and risk management solution provider according to Asia Risk’s technology rankings for 2009.

Thomson Reuters garnered strong support for its risk management solutions across the region as financial institutions adapt, innovate and optimize operations in this fast moving financial market place. In Asia alone, over the past 12 months, Thomson Reuters has signed 26 Kondor+ Suite contracts, spanning all countries and all technologies categories, including trading, risk, asset and liability management and back office.

Andrew White, Global Head of Risk Management, Thomson Reuters commented: “Thomson Reuters is delighted to have its trade and risk management software portfolio recognized by its most important stakeholder group – the banks themselves. Winning the Overall Technology Vendor award for the second straight year attests to our strategy of customer driven innovation and our commitment to providing high quality local support. By working with our customers we ensure that our ongoing product investment anticipates market requirements and provides the maximum possible return on their investment.”

In addition to winning the Number One Overall Technology Vendor, Thomson Reuters was ranked first in the following categories:

# 1 Risk Management –Overall
#1 Risk Management – Dedicated Credit Risk Management
# 1 Risk Management- Limit Checking
# 1 Risk Management – Back Office
# 1 Risk Management- Collateral Management
# 1 Pricing & Risk Analytics- Credit
# 1 Pricing & Risk Analytics – Cross-asset
# 1 Pricing & Risk Analytics – Rates
# 1 Trading Systems- Equities
# 1 Trading Systems – FX

Asia Risk surveyed over 1,800 technology users across Asia and asked them to nominate companies that provide the best products across categories such as market risk, credit risk, trading systems, analytics, and front-to-back systems based upon functionality, usability, performance, return on investment and reliability.

Article Source: Thompson Reuters websiterveyed over 1,800 technology users across Asia and asked them to nominate companies that provide the best products across categories such as market risk, credit risk, trading systems, analytics, and front-to-back systems based upon functionality, usability, performance, return on investment and reliability.

Article Source: Thompson Reuters website

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