CreditTrade and Reech to offer combined CDS data service

Electronic credit derivatives broker CreditTrade and financial software provider Reech Capital are combining pricing resources to offer a single service for valuing credit default swaps (CDSs).

Reech said that by combining its analytical and pricing models with CreditTrade’s prices, the companies will be able to create daily sets of CDS curves. It claimed this will significantly reduce problems caused by missing data, both in time and over different maturities.

Paul Ellis, chief executive of CreditTrade, said the new service will provide credit market participants with an independent, unbiased source of current credit data and analytics.

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