Financial Times Ranks IS Prime as the 15th Fastest Growing Financial Services Company in Europe

In the annual list collated by the Financial Times and Statista based on extensive research and analysis of financial results, IS Prime ranks 471 overall and the 88th fastest growing organisation in the UK.

London headquartered IS Prime is the 15th fastest growing financial services company in Europe, according to the Financial Times’ list of Europe’s 1000 fastest growing companies, published on FT.com on 2 March 2020.

In the annual list collated by the Financial Times and Statista based on extensive research and analysis of financial results, IS Prime ranks 471 overall and the 88th fastest growing organisation in the UK.

The FT 1000 list features organisations which achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2015 and 2018. Companies required a minimum of 38.4% growth rate to make the list, with IS Prime achieving 66.7%.  IS Prime’s absolute revenue growth during this time period was 363.2%.

Raj Sitlani, Managing Director, ISAM Capital Markets

Raj Sitlani, Managing Director of ISAM Capital Markets said, “It is a major achievement to be recognised by the FT as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies and we are thrilled to be ranked as the 15th fastest growing financial services organisation in Europe. This independent research confirms that we outperformed all our European competitors and are delivering outstanding revenue growth compared to businesses across all sectors throughout Europe. This really is a testament to the success of our highly experienced team, our proprietary technology and our in-depth understanding of institutional clients’ liquidity and technology requirements.”

This accolade follows hot on the heels of being included in the The Financial Technologist’s list of the Most Influential FinTech Companies 2020. In 2019, IS Prime was included in London Stock Exchange Group’s listing of ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ and also won two prestigious industry awards: FX Week’s Best Prime of Prime Provider of the Year and Profit & Loss’ Readers’ Choice Award for Best FX Prime of Prime Service Provider.

IS Prime was co-founded in 2014 by Raj Sitlani and Jonathan Brewer – both with significant e-FX experience from senior roles at Goldman Sachs and Sucden Financial. Together with ISAM, an established and highly successful UK-based systematic hedge fund manager, they set up IS Prime and have built a market-leading prime of prime offering, leveraging state of the art technology, quantitative analytics and trading.

IS Prime provides institutional clients with customised pricing primarily sourced from Tier 1 institutions, together with multi-asset Prime of Prime and Agency Brokerage services, and comprehensive front to back technology solutions. The London-headquartered, FCA regulated firm is part of the ISAM Capital Markets Group, which also includes IS Prime Hong Kong (regulated by the SFC) and risk management specialist, IS Risk Analytics. For more information about IS Prime, please visit www.isprimefx.com

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