Reval Wins Industry Awards for Innovations in Cash, Treasury and Risk Management

New York, 19 June 2012 – Reval, a leading global provider of a comprehensive and integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM), continues to rank as an innovative leader by winning several treasury industry awards for best financial management solution. Recognition this year comes from Global Finance Magazine’s Treasury & Cash Management Award, Financial I’’s Leaders in Innovation Award, and a repeat acknowledgment from Treasury Today magazine’s Adam Smith Awards.

“It’s tremendously gratifying to receive such distinguished awards for doing what we’re passionate about – delivering technology and services that transform the way corporations approach cash and risk management,” says Jiro Okochi, CEO and Co-Founder of Reval. “After more than a decade in this industry we continue to deliver innovative solutions that meet and exceed our client’s evolving needs.”

Earlier in the year, Global Finance editors — with input from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology experts — selected Reval as the winner of the magazine’s Treasury & Cash Management Award for Best Corporate Risk Management Solution.

Reval also won Financial i’s Leaders in Innovation Award in the SaaS/ASP Treasury Management Solution category.

Most recently and for the fourth time in five years, Reval was highlighted in Treasury Today magazine’s Adam Smith Awards for Best Practice and Innovation.  For their work with Reval, Ford Motor Company was recognized in the Best Risk Management Solution category by Treasury Today. Ford named Reval as the supporting partner in this success.

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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