The acquisition transformed AcadiaSoft from a pure software company to an industry standard platform. The brand refresh comes after the company enhanced its risk management capabilities in
February with the acquisition of Dublin-based Quaternion.
As part of the refresh, Acadia is working with the industry to evolve the risk function from measurement to integrated management.
The shift comes at a time when the derivatives industry is at a massive inflection point, with the next decade ushering in the future of integrated risk management, according to Acadia.
The firm’s future roadmap is focused on helping clients achieve regulatory compliance, optimise their collateral and liquidity, and manage their capital more efficiently.
Chris Walsh, CEO of Acadia, comments: “Over the past decade, it’s been a privilege to watch Acadia evolve from our beginnings as a software company to what we are today: a fully-integrated risk management provider for firms engaged in derivatives trading.”
Walsh notes: “We are still in the early stages of this seismic shift towards the future of risk management, but demand for an integrated, automated and centralized risk management solution is growing by the day.”
“As we lead the industry towards this integrated risk management, we’re proud to begin our next chapter as Acadia,” he adds.
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