LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Charles River, a front- and middle-office investment management solution provider, today announced that the Charles River Investment Management Solution (Charles River IMS) won “Best Portfolio Management Solution” at the WealthBriefing European Awards 2015. Presented on April 30th in London, the awards honor technology vendors for developing innovative tools for European wealth management firms.
“Charles River’s wealth solution is built with global business dynamics in mind,” said Stephen Butcher, Managing Director-EMEA, Charles River. “European wealth managers and private bankers can leverage Charles River’s broad asset class coverage and institutional-class capabilities to create and manage sophisticated, customized portfolios and handle large volumes of accounts.”
Charles River IMS supports discretionary and non-discretionary product lines in a single solution. This eliminates the need for multiple systems across various business lines, reduces operational overhead, and accelerates time to market for new investment strategies and products.
Other recent industry awards include: WealthBriefingAsia Singapore Awards 2015, “Best Portfolio Management Solution;” Family Wealth Report Awards 2015, “Best Portfolio Management Solution Provider;” AsianInvestor Annual Trading Poll 2015, “Best OMS;” WSL Institutional Trading Awards 2015, “Best OTC Derivatives Trading Platform;” MENA FM Fund Services Award 2015, “Best Portfolio Management Software Provider;” and Buy-Side Technology Awards 2014, “Best Buy-Side Compliance Product.”
About Charles River
Charles River provides an end-to-end solution to automate front- and middle-office investment management functions across asset classes on a single platform. Delivered as a hosted service, the solution improves data quality and investment professional productivity, controls risk and lowers technology costs. Charles River serves more than 350 investment firms in 44 countries in the institutional asset and fund management, private wealth, alternative investments, insurance, banking, and pension markets.