Montréal, July 19, 2022 – TS Imagine, a global leader in trading, portfolio, and risk management solutions for capital markets, is expanding its presence in Canada with new facilities in Montréal to boost its North American operations and drive its international growth. TS Imagine opened its Montréal development hub in 2019 and is expanding to a new facility in July to help the firm serve clients worldwide.
TS Imagine’s Montréal team comprises more than 50 people who develop software and analyze data across the firm’s trading, risk, and portfolio management software platform, which connects to a network of brokers, banks, and exchanges across North America.
Rob Flatley, CEO of TS Imagine said: “Montréal is a thriving global FinTech hub. Since opening our office in the city three years ago, we have gone from strength to strength, scaling rapidly in response to client demand from across the North American market.”
Henri Tremblay, General Manager of TS Imagine Canada, added: “Montréal’s vitality as an international FinTech hub attracts some of the world’s leading financial firms. TS Imagine is part of this, we look forward to growing in the city and leveraging the strengths of its thriving business community and world-class talent.”
Since the company’s arrival in Quebec, TS Imagine has benefited from the support and guidance of economic development agencies including Investissement Québec International and Montréal International. The company is actively recruiting as it continues to grow its Montreal team.
About TS Imagine
Born from the combination of two leading SaaS platforms, TradingScreen and Imagine Software, TS Imagine provides real-time financial securities trading, portfolio management, and risk solutions for capital markets. The platform is uniquely positioned to streamline complex and tedious workflows across front, middle, and back-office functions.
TS Imagine has over 400 employees in 10 offices worldwide, serving approximately 500 buy-side and sell-side institutions in North and South America, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific, including hedge funds, traditional asset managers, pension funds, mutual funds, and financial institutions