Agio Wins Best Fintech Startup

Agio Wins Best Fintech Startup in the 2013 FTF News Technology Innovation Awards Third Annual Technology Innovation Awards Announce Winners Advancing Financial Technology and Post-Trade Operations.

New York, NY – June 4, 2013 – Agio, a managed IT services provider to the world’s premier alternative investment managers, was voted Best Fintech Startup in this year’s FTF News Technology Innovation Awards, marking Agio as one of the leading financial technology companies. Created in 2011, the FTF News Technology Innovation Awards reward individuals, banks and securities firms and technology and service providers that are advancing financial technology for post-trade operations. The 2013 winners, selected via online voters, were recognized for their efforts in 2012. Online voters were restricted from supporting their own companies.

“Being recognized among this group of global leaders is indeed an honor and an accomplishment,” said Nicole Nakashian, Managing Director of Client Services at Agio. “As Agio enters the next phase in our evolution, this achievement speaks directly to the collective commitment from the men and women of ‘Team Agio’ whose dedication and contributions have been, and continue to be, unparalleled.”

About Agio
Agio is a leading IT managed services provider to the world’s premier alternative investment managers, providing technology hosting, monitoring, management, disaster prevention and recovery, security, and other high-end technology services. With over 120 employees, Agio is headquartered in New York City, with operational headquarters in Norman, OK. Regional offices are located in Boston, MA; Dallas, TX; Raleigh, NC; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; and London, England. For more information about Agio, please visit

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