Alongside Counterparty Risk Product of the Year, Quantifi was recognised for Pricing and Analytics: Fixed Income, Currencies, Credit for the third year running, further cementing its position as the leader in analytics.
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How has data science transformed finance? Over the last few years, there has been a step change in the role of data and technology in trading, risk management, and investment decision-making. Data analytic techniques previously considered emerging or experimental are becoming mainstream. Firms are deploying data science tools to improve risk assessment and business response […]
Palm Lane sought a front-to-back PMS that could deliver the sophistication required by traders, portfolio managers, and operations.
To support its expanding client base, Quantifi also increased its headcount across sales, product development and client services.
The report uses Chartis’ RiskTech Quadrant® to explain the structure of the vendor landscape and assess how the leading solution providers are responding to these new demands.
Since the inception of cryptocurrency markets, crypto assets have carried plenty of risk and risk management concerns. While 2022 has been an awful year for macro sections in equity and fixed income, it has been particularly atrocious for crypto assets.
A growing number of Nomura’s buy-side clients leverage Quantifi. Using the same software, Nomura traders and structurers can help their clients model structured credit and better explain how they themselves are pricing trades. Adoption of Quantifi’s solutions can open up new business avenues for these clients as well as increase distribution opportunities for Nomura’s structured credit team.
Modern alternative asset/credit firms face several challenges in the current market/competitive landscape. Using data wisely can augment your firm’s efforts across several key business functions, from portfolio management and risk management to investor relations and sales efforts.
Quantifi was described as the “standout entry” in both categories by a panel of industry experts from leading firms including Credit Suisse, National Australia Bank, Nomura, ANZ, Prudential, and Maybank.
Quantifi's annual London capital markets conference is designed to facilitate discussion amongst delegates from banks, asset managers, hedge funds, clearing houses and industry bodies on how to successfully address the competing challenges arising from regulatory and market forces. Join senior practitioners from across the industry for an afternoon of unique insights and sharing of best practices.
Risk.net and Quantifi invite you to join our webinar covering how new technology, machine learning and data science are reshaping the front-office.
The commodity market is constantly evolving. Volatile prices, increased competition, and regulatory change have added to the complexity of the market. It is important for firms to evaluate whether their risk management tools and processes are fit for purpose during these times.
Quantifi was selected by Arini due to its deep understanding of the structured credit market and to support its more complex credit instruments.
When determining the rankings, Chartis were assessing breadth and depth of functionality, technology, customer satisfaction and market presence.
Faster moving and complex markets have increased the demand for sophisticated credit analytics and risk management solutions.
Liability-driven investment (LDI) is an approach to investment in which all or part of the strategy is designed to match a scheme’s future liabilities.
Participants from across the industry were surveyed on the changes occurring in the fixed income market.
Risk.net and Quantifi invite you to a webinar covering how data science will help transform decision making to maximize value across the capital market.
The whitepaper explores the key drivers that influence the convertible bond market and how it provide unique opportunities for both investors and issuers.
The fixed income market is experiencing a wave of increased automation. In turn, the tides of technology have reconfigured the operating landscape. Going forward, a firm’s success will be tied to how well prepared they are to respond and participate in the wake of these changes. This webinar explores the evolution of fixed income, the dynamics driving change, and the tools needed to facilitate electronic trading.
These are the flagship annual technology awards hosted by Risk.net and reflect the contribution made by technology providers that support risk, front-office regulation, pricing/trading and buy-side technology.
Quantifi was selected by Mizuho Americas for its responsive service and extensive model library to help supplement its proprietary, in-house technology.
Quantifi’s Latest Whitepaper Explores the Use of Bond Analytics for Relative Value Credit Strategies
This whitepaper explores how firms can take advantage of relative value credit opportunities with the right bond analytics.
To support the launch of its new investment strategy, Sona has chosen to enhance its existing risk infrastructure with Quantifi’s sophisticated risk analytics.
This is a 3-day event focusing on the latest developments, challenges and opportunities that lie ahead within quant finance. With the increased expectation of some IBORs discontinuation and the increasing regulatory requirements related to benchmarks, a more robust fallback provision and a clear transition plan for benchmark-linked derivatives is becoming paramount for the interest rate […]
With the increase in bond issuance in 2020, credit is playing an important role in portfolios. The current credit market environment, characterised by uncertainty and persistent structural inefficiencies is rich in relative value credit investment opportunities. The panellists will be discussing how firms can take advantage of this new environment with the right data, analytics and technology.
The calculation of XVAs is highly complex. One of the key challenges of XVAs is that adjustments need to be calculated on a portfolio basis rather than trade by trade. This requires dealing with a large number of computations and orders of magnitude more calculations for accurate results. A number of factors influence the speed of XVA computations, including the size of the portfolio, the amount of market data, and the configuration of the Monte Carlo simulations themselves.
Every year, the Quantitative Finance Conference organized by WBS brings together professionals, researchers, academics, and leading experts in quantitative finance from all over the world to share and discuss their knowledge and experiences, new perspectives, and innovations in the industry.
The IBOR reform represents one of the biggest challenges facing financial services firms. Successful management will require significant change and strategic risk management. Preparing for the transition will require firms to establish a strategy to assess the impact and navigate transition risks. Is your firm ready?
Regulators, internal stakeholders, customers, and investors are demanding more transparency with understanding of front office, risk, and capital models - from trading algos, capital models to counterparty risk models that incorporate statistical learning approaches. Transparency demands are required not only at an analytical level, but also in development workflows and lifecycle activities associated with risk models and data. With these developments, one imperative that we believe to be significant in the coming years is the emergence of next-generation risk technology powered by data science approaches.
Quantifi's annual New York capital markets conference is designed to facilitate discussion amongst delegates from banks, asset managers, hedge funds, clearing houses and industry bodies on how to successfully address the competing challenges arising from regulatory and market forces. Join senior practitioners from across the industry for an afternoon of unique insights and sharing of best practices.
Following the credit crisis of 2008, tranche trading all but disappeared; it is now back with gusto. For example, bespoke tranche trading reached $80 Billion issuance in 2018, and continues to grow rapidly. Although a far cry from pre-crisis level, there are encouraging signs for the market’s revival.
To date, the players enabling the market for crypto assets have been primarily FinTech startups. As the market is maturing customers are looking to traditional financial institutions to provide access to this asset class.
Forward-looking investment management firms are searching for ways to outperform their peers. The firms that we see succeeding are executing, based on a combination of focused business models, agile operational competency, and strong cost discipline, especially around core investment and risk functions.
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