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Platforms on parade
Buyouts and divestments were not the only interesting developments shaking up the delivery of risk management, pricing and analytics, and trading technology in the Asia-Pacific region during the past year. New rules and regulations were also a significant...
The mobile revolution
Foreign exchange is held back from fulfilling its potential as an asset class because of counterparty risk issues, said panellists.
Jack Jeffery, formerly chief executive officer at Icap Electronic Broking in London, has joined derivatives pricing, trading and risk management company SuperDerivatives as chief operations officer.
SuperDerivatives, a London-based option pricing services provider, and the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (Liffe) have announced a strategic partnership to provide SuperDerivatives’ users with direct access to the Liffe...
London-based technology firm SuperDerivatives has launched an online multi-asset derivatives trading platform, designed for hedge funds.
In the first of a series of six articles on Mifid, Victoria Pennington seeks clarification on a number of issues swirling around the best execution debate
SuperDerivatives has released a new version of its interest rate options and structured products platform, SD-IR.
SuperDerivatives has recruited Edward Crouch as global head of corporate development and strategy, in charge of overseeing the company's expansion.
London-based option trading software provider SuperDerivatives has named Moshe Feintuch as head of its new online trading division.
Anna Mazzone has joined SuperDerivatives in London, where she will be in charge of the risk and pricing analytics firm's sales in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Commerzbank Securities in New York has hired Carmine Ricciardi as a senior foreign exchange options trader.
Options pricing systems vendor SuperDerivatives has launched an upgrade of its SD-FX system, according to RiskNews’ sister publication, Dealing With Technology .
Ten financial institutions in Singapore have signed up to SD-FX, the FX options pricing system of UK-based technology company SuperDerivatives.