Bravura ranks in BRW Fast Starters

Australia’s second fastest-growing new business and one of just two public companies featured

Sydney, 25 June 2009 (ASX: BVA/OTCQX: BRVSY) – Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) – a leading global supplier of wealth management applications and professional services is pleased to announce its inclusion in the BRW Fast Starters 2009 list for the third consecutive year, as the nation’s second fastest-growing new business after turnover grew 35 per cent to $136 million last year.

Compiled by Australian Magazine, Business Review Weekly (BRW), the BRW Fast Starters is an annual list of the top 100 fastest-growing start up companies in Australia. The list showcases entrepreneurial and growing businesses from across the economy and highlights strategies and tactics they use to be successful.

Bravura’s Group CEO and Managing Director, Iain Dunstan said: “We are delighted to have achieved a ranking in the BRW Fast Starters list for the third year running. We understand that Bravura was one of just two public companies that featured on the list, which is an outstanding achievement.

“In the face of the current global financial crisis, many other companies in our sector have experienced negative economic growth; our ability to maintain EBITDA and revenue is an indicator of our standing at the forefront of the industry. This recognition reflects the quality of our offering as well as our business acumen”.

Bravura provides financial software solutions to its customers that deliver reduced costs, greater efficiency, improved speed to market, and better service to clients. Bravura’s aim is to achieve long-term sustainable growth and to ensure consistently high service levels to its clients. It is this excellence in business that has seen that company included in the BRW Fast Starters for the third year in a row.

Along with the BRW Fast Starters list, BRW also compiles the BRW Fast 100 and the BRW Rich 200.

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