The pricing paradox

The pricing paradox


While it may seem that technology companies are the one consistent feature underpinning financial services, they are not immune to the effects of economic troubles. And in providing pricing services to their clients, these companies also have to keep in mind the deluge of regulation that has characterised the aftermath of the financial crisis.

Pricing even the simplest of products has become more complicated as counterparty risk has become central to product valuation, while a focus on

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