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Algorithm

Any organized set of steps used to help solve a problem. Algorithms are important in several fields, notably mathematics and computing.
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The Algorithmics Collateral solution, now rebranded TLM Collateral Management, has an established position in the financial services industry, offering collateral lifecycle automation for buy- and sell-side institutions, custodians and asset servicers, both large and small.
The new edition, hosted by Algorithmics, offers a comprehensive and cost-effective data management, validation and risk service that averts the need for in-house infrastructure or staffing.
IBM said once the acquisition clears regulatory approval and closes, 900 employees from Algorithmics will become part of its Software Group.
The Algorithmics analytics provides comprehensive support to market risk capital measurement, market to market management, facilitating estimation of minimum capital under consistent and inner model approaches.
Algorithmics is the world's leading provider of enterprise-wide risk solutions.
The combined partnership of Algorithmics and DataSynapse is a joint solution that squarely addresses these critical issues.
Pankhurst Algorithmics emphasizes ease of use in designing software.
Also, consistent with its acquisition strategy, IBM will continue to support Algorithmics clients while allowing them to take advantage of the broader IBM portfolio.
IBM (NYSE:IBM) announced on Friday the closing of its acquisition of analytics software and advisory services provider Algorithmics.
Algorithmics offers software and services that help banks, investors and insurers to manage risk and address regulatory issues, the buyer said in a statement.
Previously, Algorithmics had used various methods of data access for its individual modules, which have evolved over time.
Toronto-based Algorithmics provides risk analytics software to banking, investment and insurance customers.

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