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Rolfe & Nolan Plc

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Rolfe & Nolan is a subsidiary of [[ION Trading]]. The firm was purchased by ION in July 2008 for a reported £50 million.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.fointelligence.com/Article/1985801/Rolfe-and-Nolan-quiet-on-takeover-reports-for-50m.html |name=Rolfe & Nolan quiet on takeover reports for £50m |org=Futures & Options Intelligence |date=November 21, 2008}}</ref>
Founded in 1974, Rolfe & Nolan is a supplier of workflow and processing solutions<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rolfeandnolan.com/about-rolfe-and-nolan.html |name=About Rolfe & Nolan |org=Rolfe & Nolan |date=December 11, 2007}}</ref>to the international [[derivatives ]] industry.
The company’s client base includes over 125 global [[investment bank]]s, regional banks, [[brokerage]]s and [[exchange]]s across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific. Rolfe & Nolan is headquartered in London and has operations in Chicago, New York, Singapore, Sydney, Milan and Frankfurt.
== Products and Services ==
*<b>[[Front office]]:</b> multi-currency, Web-based, private label tools for [[order]] entry and real-time account inquiry.*<b>[[Middle Office]]:</b> Platform independent, standards-based, cross-asset capable set of modules. These modules cover various business processes including [[margin]]s, [[fee]] calculations, [[risk]] assessment, and [[brokerage]].*<b>[[Back Office]]:</b> Clearing, settlement and reporting functionality. RISC (Real-time Information System for Commodities) and RANsys are the North American and European back office systems, respectively.*<b>Services:</b> The Rolfe & Nolan Facilities Management and ASP service allows firms to outsource hardware, network connectivity, application processing and [[exchange ]] connectivity requirements to Rolfe & Nolan.  == Key People ==*[[Bob Sylverne]], CEO
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