credit crisis

How Are Firms Managing Liquidity Risk?

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

In this blog post, Quantifi breaks down the results from its recent survey on managing liquidity. 108 delegates were surveyed to measure opinion on how their firms are dealing with liquidity and their approach to IT and operational challenges. The survey was conducted as part of a webinar co-hosted by Quantifi, OTC Partners & BlackRock on ‘Identifying Liquidity Risk for Financial Stability’. Read More

Data Quality and Integration the Biggest Challenge Faced by Firms for Managing Liquidity Risk

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Quantifi, OTC Partners, a boutique consultancy firm and BlackRock, a global investment management firm hosted a webinar on ‘Identifying Liquidity Risk for Financial Stability’. The 108 delegates took part in a survey on their risk management practices and the IT/operational challenges associated with managing liquidity risk. read more

Identifying Liquidity Risk for Financial Stability

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

by Quantifi and OTC Partners

The global financial crisis highlighted the importance of liquidity in functioning financial markets. Pre-2008, market participants received easy access to readily available funding and were ill-prepared for events that transpired during the credit crisis. Failure to adequately assess and manage liquidity underpinned major market turmoil, triggering unprecedented liquidity events and the ultimate demise of Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and other financial institutions previously thought too big to fail.

OIS and CSA Discounting

Monday, January 25, 2016

by Quantifi

Prior to the credit crisis, interest rate modelling was generally well understood. Following the crisis, interest rate modelling has undergone nothing short of a revolution. This whitepaper covers the new generation of interest rate modelling based on overnight index swap (OIS) discounting and integrated Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA) and how this new framework requires a rethink of derivative modelling from first principles and presents significant challenges for existing valuation, risk management, and margining systems.