This blog is taken from the Quantifi webinar ‘Next Generation Risk Technology Powered by Data Science’ which also featured Celent. In the final blog in this series, the expert panellists from Quantifi and Celent answer questions from the audience, including how to deploy data science tools, the different data science use cases and pitfalls to avoid. Read More
Webinar with Celent
We expect that financial institutions and investors will continue to dedicate resources to building a robust infrastructure and developing risk solutions to solve counterparty risk in the cryptoasset industry. Even though trading cryptoassets presents significant challenges, it is our view that through technology, regulatory development and comprehensive risk management these challenges can be minimised. With cryptoasset industry evolving at pace, firms must not only be smart about the risks they pose but also manage them accordingly. Read More
The biggest banking failures during the 2008 GFC were a result of insufficient handling of credit risk. Credit risk represents the risk that a debtor may be unable or unwilling to make a payment on or fulfil contractual obligations. In some instances, this can result in default risk which is a subpart of credit risk. In other instances, it can cause a deterioration in credit quality. From a trading workflow perspective, credit risk is viewed as pre-settlement risk. This blog looks at the significance of credit risk associated with exchanges, custody and prime brokerage services. Read More
by Quantifi & OKCoin
Avadhut Naik, Head of Solutions, Quantifi, talks to Commodities People about the major challenges faced by commodity trading firms and how to mitigate and manage these issues. Commodity trading firms have to be prepared to respond quickly, while still planning for the future. They also need to balance the need for increased efficiency with the risk of excessive cost cutting. Quantifi is built on the latest technology and is designed to help our clients improve their risk management capabilities, enhance operational efficiencies and reduce costs.
Rohan Douglas, CEO, talks to Intel