Quantifi been noted for its advanced technology and analytics in a recent report by Celent, a leading research, advisory, and consulting firm focused on financial services technology. In the report ‘Next Generation Portfolio and Investment Risk Capabilities’ Celent evaluated front office portfolio and risk managing solutions, examining strengths related to portfolio design, construction and optimisation functions, investment decision support analytics; investment forecasting and simulations; and support for risk budgeting activities. read more
Technology is transforming the financial service industry. New, disruptive technology including AI, Big Data, Cloud, Microservices, Modern CPUs, In-Memory Computing, Lambda Architectures, and Blockchain have the potential to radically change how firms operate. Quantifi is on the forefront of these changes and our advanced architecture and significant investment in R&D provides our clients with the latest innovations and a significant competitive advantage. Read More
Quantifi today announced the release of Quantifi Version 15 (V15). This release leverages the latest technology and introduces a broad range of enhancements and support for the latest regulatory requirements including expanded product coverage, advanced data management and next generation analytics. With over 100 new features, this release is designed to further enhance front-to-middle performance, transparency and scalability. read more
In June of 2016, Microsoft announced the release of .NET Core, describing it as a “cross-platform, open source, and modular .NET platform for creating modern web apps, microservices, libraries and console applications”. In this Q+A, Quantifi CTO, Mark Traudt, explains what .Net Core is and outlines how it benefits for Quantifi customers. Read More
Most firms have invested in technology capabilities to satisfy new practices and regulatory requirements, however, much remains to be done to operate efficiently. As traditional systems grow and more updates are bolted on they become too complex and inflexible to the extent that they become incompatible with new technologies and tools. Microservices is emerging as the critical differentiator, as companies can take advantage of the flexibility, efficiency, resiliency and scalability, which ultimately facilitate a lower total cost of ownership. Read More
Quantifi has been named Operational Risk Technology of the Year at the CIR Risk Management Awards, for its investment in microservices. This is Quantifi’s third CIR Risk Management award in four years. Judged by an independent panel of experts, the awards distinguish organisations and teams that have significantly added to the understanding and best practice of risk management. read more
The financial services industry is unquestionably in the midst of a high-change, one that has the potential to radically re-shape the industry in the coming years. The current changes feel disruptive because they are coming in a range of forms all at once. Read More
The derivatives landscape has evolved greatly over the past few years, driven by the scale and pace of regulatory change, economic unease and competitive pressures. These drivers have heightened the attention on risk technology and operations, forcing firms to re-think their business operating models. Microservices is a new approach to financial technology that optimises evolutionary change at a granular level.The derivatives landscape has evolved greatly over the past few years, driven by the scale and pace of regulatory change, economic unease and competitive pressures. These drivers have heightened the attention on risk technology and operations, forcing firms to re-think their business operating models. Microservices is a new approach to financial technology that optimises evolutionary change at a granular level.