Thomson Reuters named best technology provider for Islamic banking

DUBAI: Thomson Reuters , the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, Sunday announced it has been named the Best Technology Provider for Islamic Banking in The Asset magazine’s Triple A Islamic Finance Awards 2014. The winners were selected by The Asset’s editorial team in consultation with the magazine’s readers, including Asian and global issuers, institutions and investors active in the region.
Thomson Reuters has been at the heart of Islamic finance for over 30 years, offering innovative investment and trading solutions for financial professionals across multiple asset classes. It provides holistic technology capabilities by embedding customised solutions into the information requirement workflows of professionals serving various business functions, while facilitating real-time connectivity to the global Islamic finance industry community.
“The award is a testament to the breadth and depth of Thomson Reuters comprehensive information and technology solutions that help investors to stay at the forefront of the rapidly developing Islamic finance industry. We thank the readers and the community for their continued confidence in us,” said Dr. Sayd Farook, head of Islamic capital markets, Thomson Reuters .
This is the second year that Thomson Reuters has been recognised in The Asset magazine’s Triple A Islamic Finance Awards, which celebrate the contributions made by issuers and institutions in the development of the Islamic finance market. It follows a series of recent award wins for the business including being named Best Data Provider to the Sell Side in the Sell Side Technology Awards 2014.
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