London 4th December 2020: RIMES, the global leader in Managed Data Services and RegTech solutions for financial institutions, has been named the Best Index Data Provider at the 2020 Data Management Insight Awards.
The awards recognize leading providers of data management solutions, services and consultancy to capital markets. All shortlisted nominees are selected by Data Management Insights’ editorial team and expert Advisory Board.
Diarmuid O’Donovan, Chief Operating Officer at RIMES commented: “We’re incredibly proud to be recognized by the Data Management Insight Awards. All of our clients have faced complex data challenges this past year, and this victory highlights the continuation of our exceptional and innovative service.”
The latest win is hot on the heels of RIMES’ victory in the Best Data Provider category at Waters Technology’s Buy-Side Technology Awards, where it scooped the top prize for a record 13th time.
RIMES has topped a number of other categories this year, including:
- Best Ops Data Management Solution for the fifth consecutive year at the Technology Innovation Awards 2020 (RIMES MDS)
- Best Managed Service for Reference Data at Waters’ Inside Market Data Awards and Inside Reference Data Awards (RIMES MDS)
- Best Data Management Product at the HFM European Technology Awards 2020 (RIMES MDS)
- Best Vendor Solution for Benchmark Regulation award at the 2020 RegTech Insight Awards (RIMES RegFocus BMR service).
Andrew Barnett, Global Head of Product Strategy at RIMES added: “We’ve spent much of this year reimagining what excellent data service looks like for our clients with our Managed Data Services and are delighted to receive industry recognition. We are always looking for how things can be done better and are working towards a market where buy-side organizations have a simplified but comprehensive service, capable of fulfilling any data management need, including the sourcing, validation, mastering and highly customized delivery of data, arming diverse business users with the information and insights required to succeed.”
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