RIMES Technologies, the benchmark data management provider and recent winner of the Buy-Side Technology Award for Best Data Provider to the Buy-Side for the third consecutive year, announced the opening of its new Paris office, further increasing its presence in Europe.
Frédéric Mancuso, a co-founder of RIMES, will lead the new office which is located on Avenue de l’Opéra in the financial district of Paris. Renaud Larzillière joins him as Senior Program Manager to head the research and development team. Renaud was Senior Project Manager at SAP/Business Objects, responsible for Business Objects Enterprise major release projects. Renaud’s goal will be to develop and enhance RIMES’ innovative suite of portfolio management, performance measurement and attribution tools, as well as the various programming interfaces that allow quantitative analysts to access RIMES-hosted data from their desktop.
Emma Jayne Wood will be developing sales in the region. Emma Jayne brings a wealth of buy-side sales and business development experience to RIMES. Prior to joining RIMES, Emma Jayne was UK Operations Manager at BI-SAM Technologies, the Paris-domiciled reporting, performance & risk software solutions provider. During her 7-year tenure at BI-SAM, Emma Jayne held various business development and account management roles at senior level.
The RIMES office in Paris will provide local sales and support functions in a market identified as strategic for RIMES. “Technical support and customer service are vital components in any successful business and RIMES prides itself on providing best-in-class service to all of our clients regardless of location or time of day,” commented Christian Fauvelais, CEO, RIMES. “As our commercial reach in France grows, the opening of this new office in Paris supports our strong commitment to the French market and other French-speaking countries. We are very excited about this development.”
- LIBOR Reform: What’s Next and How Can Firms Adapt?
- RIMES’ New ETF Service Scales Business Processes, Lowers Cost and Improves Risk and Performance Measurement for Buy-side Firms
- What Makes a Data Partnership Strategic?
- Full-Service Model: The Single-Platform Utopia That Can Leave You Wanting More
- Tap Managed Services to Solve and Scale for the ETF Data Challenge