World Finance Magazine Recognizes OpenLink As 2009 Best Trading Platform Software Application

Open Link Financial, Inc., a leading provider of cross asset trading, risk management and operations processing software solutions, today announced that it has been voted as the Best Trading Platform Software Solution by World Finance magazine. OpenLink is proud to

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Open Link Financial, Inc., a leading provider of cross-asset trading, risk management and operations processing software solutions, today announced that it has been voted as the Best Trading Platform Software Solution by World Finance magazine. OpenLink is proud to be recognized as a leader in the global financial services technology industry.

Kevin Hesselbirg, CEO, commented, “The recognition awarded to us by World Finance magazine is a very influential one and we are honored to receive it. We accept this award on behalf our clients who continue to challenge our innovative capabilities to meet the difficult needs of the global financial market. It is very gratifying for our dedicated staff to be recognized as leaders and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to provide best-in-class software solutions to the industry, matched by unequalled client services.”

The World Finance awards – created in 2007 to identify industry leaders, individuals, teams and organizations that represent the benchmark of achievement and best practice in the financial and business world – are entering their third year and reflect a wider spectrum of financial services and related industries than ever before.

“It gives me great pleasure to bestow upon Open Link Financial, Inc. the World Finance 2009 award for Best Trading Platform Software Solution. May the firm’s excellent work and devotion to their market continue,” stated Alexander Redcliffe, Editor, World Finance. The award was presented to Coleman Fung, OpenLink’s founder and Chairman of the Board, at the company’s new Asian office opening event, which was held at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore on February 26, 2009.

The World Finance panel of independent awards adjudicators, headed up by editor Alexander Redcliffe, used a wide range of criteria, and the critical eye of a collective 170 years of financial journalism to inform its decision over the most pertinent categories to include in the 2009 awards, and to establish criteria for voters to consider, such as innovation, originality and quality of product, as well as proof of market development and excellence in client representation.

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