Single pricing engines key to driving down business costs

The increasing role of technology has been a key trend in the two decades Asia Risk has been in existence. In this part of our Firms of the Future series we profile Misys – a technology vendor that has played a leading role in helping firms adapt to changing regulatory and market demands

Alex Gomoiu
Alexandru Gomoiu, Misys

Over the last few years, Misys has been reorganising and revamping its software suite under the 'Fusion' brand. It has gathered the Opics, Summit, Sophis and Kondor+ systems, as well as its enterprise risk and back-office systems, together as FusionCapital.

The company has a combined user base across these systems of more than 800 organisations. Misys has been making the integration of these existing elements of its capital markets software suite easier, but more importantly, it has also been

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