May 24, 2018. NEW YORK – RIMES Technologies, the leading provider of Managed Data services and RegTech solutions, has won the ‘Best Managed Service for Reference Data’ category at this year’s Inside Market and Reference Data Awards. The award was presented to RIMES last night at an event held at the Marriott Marquis in New York. Hosted by Inside Market Data and Inside Reference Data, these awards recognize industry excellence within market data, reference data and enterprise data management.
Alessandro Ferrari, EVP Global Marketing at RIMES, commented: “Reference data has been a core part of the overall RIMES proposition for as long as we’ve been in business. While we are, perhaps, best known for our benchmarks data services, we work with 350+ data partners covering all asset classes, and pride ourselves on being able to meet increasing demand both in traditional and non-traditional reference data. We are delighted by the industry’s recognition of the breadth and depth of our data services.”
This year, RIMES has already won four awards. First, the company scooped the overall “Best Market Data Provider” category at the Fund Technology and WSL Awards, before winning two more accolades for its innovative RegFocus℠ BMR service: “Best Benchmark Regulations Vendor Solution” at the A-Team RegTech Awards and “Best Cutting-Edge Solution” at the FTF News Financial Technology Innovation Awards.
The RIMES Reference Data Service is part of our full suite of Managed Data Services: it boosts productivity, while helping to support trade compliance obligations and decreasing operational risk. Through the service, customers’ data is sourced, transformed and managed into fit-for-purpose feeds to support your investment management processes – a more efficient and forward-thinking alternative to managing data in-house.
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