In today’s dynamic markets, structured product providers strive to match investors’ financial objectives with their suitable levels of risk. To achieve these goals, complex mechanisms are developed, causing their transparency to be distressed. The need for clarity is essential, as was proved in the latest financial crisis, which led more regulators to demand full disclosure and explanations.
Modelity provides the award-winning Modelity/Structures solution with a unique sales, client support and management tool for the structured products business. Modelity/Structures exploits the most up-to-date interactive and graphical technologies to provide the required transparency throughout the entire structured product life cycle, from product design until maturity (see figure below).
Modelity/Structures enhances the seller’s relationship with its clients. Flash presentations with interactive simulators containing back tests and Monte Carlo projections can be produced by an input of simple term-sheet parameters. Ongoing graphical and textual reporting can be automated to provide advanced client support and eliminate time-consuming manual work.
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