Asset Control, the leading provider of financial data management solutions, has been awarded ‘Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor – Communication, Operations and Data Management’ by the American Financial Technology Awards 2016, hosted by WatersTechnology.
The American Financial Technology Awards (AFTAs) recognise excellence in the deployment and management of financial technology within the asset management and investment banking communities. Asset Control was selected as Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor – Communication, Operations and Data Management in recognition of its 100% commitment to innovative development techniques and operating models to deliver market leading products and services to its clients.
Asset Control was officially presented with the award at a ceremony hosted by WatersTechnology on Monday 5th December 2016 at The Marriott Marquis, Times Square, New York, NY. Asset Control was selected from amongst a record number of entries in 2016, with the standard of entry noted as “incredibly high”.
Upon receipt of the award, Mark Hepsworth, CEO of Asset Control, commented:
“We are really honoured to have our innovation and hard work recognised by the prestigious American Financial Technology Awards. We have worked on a number of new products and enhancements in the last couple of years to help clients deal with risk, pricing and reference data more effectively and we appreciate this recognition. Our industry continues to change rapidly but we believe we have a clear and updated vision for the future of data management to help clients operate their businesses more efficiently, and handle incoming regulations and other industry trends.”
A spokesperson from WatersTechnology added:
“Congratulations to Asset Control on winning the award for Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor – Communication, Operations and Data Management. The company has shown a clear vision regarding data management and a highly collaborative approach to ensure that its clients achieve value from their investment,” added Victor Anderson, editor-in-chief, Waters and WatersTechnology.