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Misys


Misys, the banking software firm with 4,000 staff, has accepted a £1.3bn takeover offer from Vista Equity Partners of the US.
20-Mar-2012


Misys is to acquire Sophis, the Irish capital markets software supplier with 360 staff, for £375m.
15-Nov-2010


Misys is to sell its US-based diagnostic information business to Vista Equity Partners for £186m and its US-based CPR health systems business to QuadraMed for £16m.
24-Jul-2007


Misys has acquired SC Fino Capital, the Romanian financial software development company with 67 staff.
08-Dec-2006


Misys is to sell Apollo, its French asset management business, to Atos Euronext Market Solutions for £1.6m.
19-Jul-2006


Misys is to acquire Neomalogic, the French trade finance solutions provider, for £8.3m.
29-Mar-2006


Misys is to acquire Intesio, the German banking software company, for £6.9m.
15-Feb-2006


Misys is to acquire Payerpath, the US-based online processor of health claims, for £27m.
02-Feb-2006


Misys is to acquire Almonde, the supplier of risk management software with 35 staff in London and Paris, for £10m.
11-Jul-2005


Misys has acquired IQ Financial Systems, the US banking software developer, from Deutsche Bank for £24m.
12-Jan-2004


Misys has sold its UK-based back office software products business to a management buy-out backed by Primary Capital, and the new company will have 150 staff at offices in London, Birmingham and Nantwich.
25-Nov-2003


Misys has acquired Crossmar Matching Service, the developer of software for foreign exchange transactions, from Citicorp for £8.3m.
23-Apr-2003


Misys, the financial services software company, has announced plans to set up a £6.5m compliance centre in India next year.
27-Nov-2002


Misys has acquired Eagleye Solutions, the supplier of compliance software to the asset management industry, for up to £15m.
20-Sep-2002


Misys has announced plans for the development of the AssureWeb online transaction system for independent financial advisers, which will include a £9m investment from Norwich Union, Scottish Widows and Friends Provident.
24-Jan-2002


Misys is to shed 150 jobs in its banking software division, including 20 in the UK, and will relocate its online support facility to Manilla.
20-Jul-2001


Misys is to acquire Sunquest, the US healthcare systems supplier, for £287m, in order to expand its Medic Computer Systems subsidiary.
26-Jun-2001


Misys is to acquire DBS Management, the supplier of IT services to the financial adviser sector, for £75m.
20-Jun-2001


Misys is to develop an internet portal for general insurance brokers in partnership with Axa, Groupama Insurances, Royal & Sun Alliance, Allianz Cornhill and Zurich.
19-Oct-2000


Misys is to acquire IE Group, the supplier of software support to independent financial advisers, for £21m.
20-Mar-2000


Misys is to launch a new service that will enable digital TV viewers to buy insurance, in an expansion of its Screentrade internet trading business.
28-Jan-2000


Misys has acquired Financial Options Group for £40m, in order to become a leading supplier of support networks to independent financial advisers.
24-Aug-1999


Misys is selling its Information Systems division to management for £28m.
29-Jan-1999


Misys is to acquire C-ATS Software, the US supplier of risk management software, for $60m.
15-Dec-1998


Helphire has acquired Countrywide Assistance from Misys for £2.2m, in order to expand its legal expense insurance business.
19-Nov-1998


Misys has sold its computer services business to a management team for £10m, in order to focus on software products.
03-Feb-1998


Misys is to acquire Medic Computer Systems, the US medical software company, for £566m, funded partly by a £321m rights issue.
06-Sep-1997


Misys is to acquire Summit Systems, the New York-based financial derivatives trading software company, for £37m.
18-Dec-1996


Misys has acquired Frustum, the US designer of software that enables banks to monitor activities such as foreign exchange trading, for £37m.
13-Nov-1996