FinLab Beefs Up Tech Team

May 24 2008 | 1:20pm ET

Investment management software firm FinLab has hired Arnaud Baiges as chief technology officer.

Baiges brings over 15 years of software development experience in the financial services industry to FinLab. For the past six years, Baiges served as a development manager for the Reuters Trader and Reuters Wealth Manager products.

In his new role at FinLab, Baiges will introduce “extreme programming” to the firm’s development process as he leads the product development team through the ongoing evolution of PackHedge, the firm’s flagship product.

“Our clients have long favored FinLab’s proven track record of our commitment to listen to their needs and our ability to deliver their feedback as functionality in the following releases of our product, PackHedge,” said FinLab’s CEO, Denis de Pentheny O’Kelly.

FinLab is a software company that develops, distributes and supports systems for hedge fund and traditional investment research, analysis and asset allocation for both alternative and traditional funds.

The company’s product suite PackHedge is a series of state of the art modular software tools that provide multi-source, multi-currency, multi frequency qualitative and quantitative data management model. PackHedge includes data aggregation, extensive statistical analysis and charting, a multi-dimensional query engine, complete pro-forma portfolio simulation, comprehensive fund of funds portfolio management, and customizable reporting capabilities.


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