WBS 16th Quantitative Finance Conference
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.

Event Overview

  • Day 1: machine learning in Quantitative Finance
  • Day 2: Machine Learning in Quantitative Finance
  • Day 3: Volatility, Options & Modelling
  • Day 4: Latest XVA Developments
  • Day 5: Regulations & Machine Learning Panel

Quantifi & Intel Presentation – Quantifi Leverages Intel® Hardware to Accelerate XVA Calculations

Day 4 – 19th November -17:30 GMT / 18:30 CET / 12:30 EST

Calculating XVAs requires Microservices Architecture using distributed computing for achieving scalability, reliability and resilience. Loading data, transferring and saving results can introduce I/O issues causing significant degradation in overall system performance. This presentation explains how Quantifi achieved end-to-end acceleration using Intel’s CPU and Optane™ Persistent Memory technology solutions.

Speakers:

  • Rama Krishna Nagamalla, Senior Software Developer, Quantifi
  • Mahesh Bhat, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation

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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.

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