Numerix

Numerix is the leading provider of innovative capital markets technology solutions and real-time intelligence capabilities for trading and risk management. Committed to out-of-the box thinking, the exploration and adoption of latest technologies, Numerix is dedicated to driving a more open, fintech-oriented, digital financial services market. Built upon a 20+ year analytical foundation of deep practical knowledge, experience and IT understanding, Numerix is uniquely positioned in the financial services ecosystem to help its users reimagine operations, modernise business processes and capture profitability.

Profitable decisions demand powerful insights. Numerix Oneview is our award-winning pricing and risk platform, providing holistic views of the entire derivatives business. Its intelligent front-to-risk capabilities are powered by the most comprehensive analytic library in over-the-counter derivatives and structured products. Designed for the evolution of the capital markets, Oneview was built for complex calculations, is scalable and cloud-ready – empowering unparalleled accuracy, enabling real-time calculations and unleashing dynamic custom reporting and analysis capabilities. Modern microservice architecture enables capital market use-case modules that expand on Oneview’s core valuation capabilities including: Oneview for Trading, Oneview for XVA, Oneview for Margin and Oneview for Market Risk.

Articles about Numerix

Next-generation technologies and the future of trading

At a Risk.net webinar in association with capital markets technology provider Numerix, panellists discuss the potential for increased adoption of the public cloud to boost investment performance, its impact on risk management and overcoming barriers to…

Next-generation technologies and the future of trading

This webinar explores how trading businesses can adapt to this new environment to improve margins and generate alpha, examining the future of trading technology, how companies will implement these new innovations and new skills that might be needed.

The new rules of market risk management

Amid 2020’s Covid-19-related market turmoil – with volatility and value-at-risk (VAR) measures soaring – some of the world’s largest investment banks took advantage of the extraordinary conditions to notch up record trading revenues. In a recent Risk.net…

The Libor transition – Let’s talk about SOFR

Time is ticking to Libor’s planned decommission date of December 31, 2021. Firms need to move quickly to execute their transition strategies, and having unique insight into certain key issues can aid decision-making. Numerix’s Ping Sun discusses…

Libor transition readiness – The current narrative

The decommission of Libor is making a huge imprint on the global financial services sector. The transition from Libor to alternative reference rates may just be the largest financial engineering project the world has ever seen. While the capital markets…

Libor Risk – Quarterly report Q1 2020

Regulators may have to accept Libor transition will be slower than they hoped. But the final framework may yet be more robust as a result. Knowing how rates perform in times of stress will be crucial to the success of benchmarks intended for real economy…

SOFR discounting – Analysing the market impact

The switch to secured overnight financing rate (SOFR) discounting brings several complex issues and is impacting market practices. Ping Sun, senior vice‑president of financial engineering at Numerix, discusses the key issues, such as the differences…

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