by Quantifi & Intel
Quantifi has won three awards at the Waters Buy-Side Technology Awards 2020. This is the second consecutive year that Quantifi has won Best Buy-Side Pricing/Valuation Service and the coveted Best Overall Buy-Side Product. In addition to these awards, Quantifi also picked up the title of Best Buy-Side Portfolio Analysis Tool. These awards recognise the market-leading technologies designed to manage the various risks and challenges buy-side firms face, while also allowing them to maximize their operational efficiency. read more
The IBOR transition impacts almost every part of the financial services industry including banking, capital markets, insurance and asset management. The imminent retirement of IBOR has forced financial institutions to conduct an end-to-end inventory of IBOR exposure. This should cover the full range of processes, models and systems, including pricing, valuation, risk management and booking. This process has revealed a number of challenges for financial markets participants, with many having to rethink their operations and technology infrastructure and adopting new technologies to help with the transition. Read More
Interbank Offer Rates (IBOR) play a pivotal role in the functioning of financial markets. The transition away from IBOR represents one of the biggest challenges facing financial services firms. The reform has been ongoing for more than two years, during which market-infrastructure providers, regulators, buy- and sell-side firms, and trade associations have been assessing and preparing for a significant transformational effort. This survey was conducted during a webinar hosted by Quantifi on ‘Navigating the IBOR Transition’. Over 350+ individuals from across the financial services industry registered for the webinar and were invited to take part in the survey. Read More
The loan credit-default swap contract is similar to a corporate credit-default swap contract except for two key differences. The first is the underlying reference obligation of an LCDS is a secured loan while the underlying reference obligation of a CDS is an unsecured bond. As such, the recovery on the event of a default for an LCDS is expected to be significantly higher than that of a CDS.
Quantifi has won three awards at the Waters Buy-Side Technology Awards 2019. Quantifi won Best Buy-Side Pricing/Valuation Service, Best Integrated Middle-Office Platform and one of the highest-profile categories at this year’s awards, Best Overall Buy-Side Product. Hosted by WatersTechnology magazine, these awards recognise technologies that address the buy side's most pressing business, regulatory, operational and technology needs. read more
Quantifi has been selected by La Française Investment Solutions (LFIS) to help the business expand its capabilities in structured credit. LFIS is a leading Paris-based quantitative asset manager, with $14bn of assets under management. LFIS required a multi-asset pricing and risk management solution that could support the growth of their sophisticated trading strategies. As such, Quantifi has been selected for its advanced pre and post-trade analytic capabilities and ability to seamlessly integrate with existing systems. read more
Quantifi has won the front-office technology award for Pricing & Analytics: fixed income, currencies and credit at the Risk.net Market Technology Awards. These awards reflect the contribution made by technology providers that support trading or investment in the listed, OTC derivatives and cash markets. read more
This global financial institution wanted to gain a better understanding of the mechanics of CVA pricing, especially on transactions involving multiple currencies. The firm’s widening credit spread dramatically increased CVA charges levied by dealers. Therefore the client wanted more transparency and a second opinion on these CVA charges. Quantifi generated a matrix of CVA prices and then analysed the differences between its results and the dealer quotes to help the client better understand the pricing dynamics.