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SimCorp Makes FinTech 100 List for the Second Year
SimCorp has been recognized by the fourth annual FinTech 100 rankings as one of the top technology providers to the financial services industry worldwide. The FinTech 100 provides a comprehensive picture of financial institutions' spending on technology, and offers a window on forces that are changing the industry.
SimCorp has been recognized by the fourth annual FinTech 100 rankings as one of the top technology providers to the financial services industry worldwide. This marks the second year in a row that SimCorp, a leading provider of investment management software, has been included on the list.
The FinTech 100 provides a comprehensive picture of financial institutions' spending on technology, and offers a window on forces that are changing the industry. The FinTech 100 is compiled annually by American Banker, SourceMedia' s flagship publication for banking and financial services professionals, and by global independent advisory firm Financial Insights, an IDC company.
Companies chosen for the list are categorized and evaluated based on 2006 fiscal year-end revenues and their percentage of financial services revenues. "SimCorp is pleased to be a part of the FinTech 100, amongst other companies that continue to experience strong industry demand for financial technology and knowledge," said Peter Soerensen, president SimCorp USA.
SimCorp is a leading provider of highly specialized software and financial know-how for the financial sector. SimCorp has approximately 800 employees and is listed on OMX Nordic Exchange Copenhagen A/S. For more than 30 years, SimCorp has developed its product in close collaboration with a number of international financial institutions. The SimCorp system, SimCorp Dimension, is sold, implemented and supported from the head office in Copenhagen and subsidiaries in Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, New York, Oslo, Stockholm, Singapore, Sydney, Vienna and Zurich.
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