Reval Voted Best in Client Services, Risk Management and Hedge Accounting

New York, October 28, 2013 – Financial professionals once again recognized Reval for its deep expertise and comprehensive Software-as-a-Service solutions for Treasury and Risk Management
(TRM) with the annual Treasury Management International (TMI)
Innovation and Excellence Awards. Industry participants voted Reval Best
Technology Provider for Client Support Services, Risk Management, and
Hedge Accounting. This marks the eighth consecutive year that the
industry has awarded Reval for its hedge accounting solutions.

“We are honored to be
recognized by the treasury community with these awards,” says Reval CEO
Jiro Okochi. “They affirm our commitment to the industry and our
understanding of the challenges global treasury organizations face in a
complex and dynamic business environment. In partnership with our SaaS
community of users, we will continue to drive the industry forward.”

“We at TMI have been
publishing our awards for over a decade, giving the treasurer their
voice,” says Robin Page, CEO and Publisher of Treasury Management
International. “Over this period, Reval has been consistently voted for –
this year achieving three recognition awards for innovation and
excellence in the field of risk management and for dedicated customer
services across their suite of treasury and risk solutions.” TMI is a
global publication focused on current industry topics, solutions and
insights on treasury, cash management, foreign exchange and other issues affecting treasury and financial professionals.

To find out more about Reval’s SaaS TRM solution, contact info@reval.com or visit www.reval.com.

About Reval

Reval is a global SaaS provider for Treasury and Risk Management, helping enterprises better manage cash, liquidity and financial risk, and account for and report on complex financial instruments and hedging activities.

For more information, visit www.reval.com or email info@reval.com.

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