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Theorem Technologies Announces Official Launch

 

Chicago, October 13, 2017 — Theorem Technologies LLC, a provider of post trade technology, today made public their official launch after spinning out of New York based Thalēs Trading Solutions. Theorem’s SaaS platform improves post trade reporting, reconciliation, allocation, data enrichment, notifications and data management with no programming required.

The announcement follows a successful soft-launch of the stand-alone Theorem platform which has built a multi-year track record providing core technologies to support a wide range of asset managers, institutional investors, merchant firms and utilities trading futures and FX globally.

Paul Geiger, Co-Founder and President, of Theorem added “Our technology has a proven track record of delivering powerful and insightful tools to the trading community with a very low support footprint. We are delighted that Theorem will be bringing these successes to a larger audience as a dedicated technology company.”

Theorem is excited to concurrently announce their inclusion in the FIA Innovators Pavilion at the 33rd Annual FIA Expo in Chicago October 17 – 19. The Innovators Pavilion showcases a select group of startup companies providing forward-thinking solutions for the futures, options and cleared swaps industry (see full FIA release).

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About Theorem Technologies

Theorem Technologies, a Chicago based startup, provides a suite of SaaS solutions dedicated to improving post trade management; Reporting, Reconciliation, P&L Attribution, Allocations, Compliance, and other tools. Theorem’s mission is to make world-class technologies more accessible. Firms of all sizes and complexities leverage Theorem’s data-rich reporting and reconciliation tools which adapt to their needs without any programming required. From multiple-broker aggregation, to allocations, to multi-party reconciliations, Theorem makes post-trade management better.

For more information, contact Derek Huyser at +1 312-273-1236

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