Acadia develops collateral management software to provide risk and collateral management services for the non-cleared derivatives community. It offers valuations, risk model development and risk analytics, model risk management or model validation, regulatory compliance and approval and finance and accounting services. The company provides products related to agreements suite, risk suite, workflow suite and data suite. Acadia was formerly known as AcadiaSoft. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Norwell, Massachusetts. In December 2022, Acadia was acquired by London Stock Exchange Group. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Acadia is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Regtech.
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Latest Acadia News
Jan 29, 2023
She is best known for playing La Sagouine, the endearing icon of Acadia. Author of the article: Article content Viola Léger, the actress who embodied La Sagouine, the endearing icon of Acadia, died Saturday at the age of 92. Advertisement 2 Article content Try refreshing your browser, or Léger, who was also a teacher and former senator, died in Dieppe, New Brunswick. Montreal Gazette Headline News Sign up to receive daily headline news from the Montreal Gazette, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. Email Address Sign Up By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the above newsletter from Postmedia Network Inc. You may unsubscribe any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails or any newsletter. Postmedia Network Inc. | 365 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3L4 | 416-383-2300 Thanks for signing up! A welcome email is on its way. If you don't see it, please check your junk folder. The next issue of Montreal Gazette Headline News will soon be in your inbox. We encountered an issue signing you up. Please try again Article content For her public and for fans of the work of author Antonine Maillet, Léger will always be “the real Sagouine,” a role she played on stage more than 3,000 times in French and in English across the country and abroad. “She has always been one of my great friends and certainly the greatest actress Acadia has ever known,” Maillet said of Léger in a press release on Saturday. In an interview, Maillet added that Léger had been dying for a few weeks. “We’ve lost a person who was close to me because we had a real friendship,” Maillet said, adding that if Léger “hadn’t played Sagouine, Sagouine wouldn’t have had the success that it had, and therefore (I would not have) received the recognition I received as a writer.” Advertisement 3 Article content Léger withdrew from public life in February 2017, shortly after suffering a stroke that left her with lasting effects, such as memory problems and blurred vision. Each time she entered the skin of her character as an Acadian housekeeper, “she left Viola and became La Sagouine,” said Léger’s agent, Lucienne Losier, in an interview with Presse Canadienne when Léger announced that she was retiring from acting for good. Léger was appointed to the Senate in 2001 by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, serving as a representative of New Brunswick. She was named an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1989. Federal Minister of Official Languages Ginette Petitpas Taylor posted on social media that Acadia has never had “a more faithful ambassador than she for whom La Sagouine was not only the role of a career and a lifetime, but also represented a great symbol of pride for all Acadians.” Advertisement 4 Article content The famous Sagouine herself, actor and former Senator, Viola Léger passed away today. Never has Acadie had a more faithful ambassador than she for whom La Sagouine was not only the role of a career & a lifetime, but also represented a great symbol of pride for all Acadians. pic.twitter.com/A2OxJgDpvc The Société Nationale de l’Acadie said Léger embodied the course of modern Acadia. “By accepting, in 1971, the role of La Sagouine offered to her by her creator, Antonine Maillet, Viola Léger could not have suspected that she was going to take on not only a unique character, but also that she would become an icon of our people and its proud spokesperson,” Société Nationale de l’Acadie president Martin Théberge said in a statement. The Quebec Minister of Culture, Mathieu Lacombe, also offered his condolences on Twitter , stating that Léger’s passing is a great loss “for L’Acadie and for all of us too.” Born in 1930 to an exiled Acadian family in Massachusetts, Léger grew up mainly in New Brunswick, where she studied to become a teacher. Advertisement 5 Article content She was still teaching when she met Maillet, then a teacher, with whom she forged a solid friendship that would influence her professional life forever. In 1967, when she was close to forty, Léger left for the United States to study theatre at Boston University, then flew to Paris to make her debut in theatre at the École Jacques Lecoq. It was at that time that she received a call from Maillet, who asked if she would be interested in the role of “La Sagouine,” the character of an old Acadian housekeeper that she had just created. Details of Léger’s funeral will be announced soon, her press secretary said.
Acadia Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Acadia founded?
Acadia was founded in 2005.
Where is Acadia's headquarters?
Acadia's headquarters is located at 93 Longwater Circle, Norwell.
What is Acadia's latest funding round?
Acadia's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Acadia raise?
Acadia raised a total of $58.29M.
Who are the investors of Acadia?
Investors of Acadia include London Stock Exchange Group, HSBC, Euclid Opportunities, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., UBS and 14 more.
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