Maple Leaf debuts with Sophis and TradingScreen risk management product

Maple Leaf Capital, a hedge fund based in London, has signed up to use an integrated risk management system developed by Paris-based risk management systems provider Sophis and TradingScreen, a supplier of connectivity for asset managers, located in London.

Maple Leaf is the first company to use the service for its volatility arbitrage trading activity. The fund will use the product to manage its portfolios, monitor risk in real time and electronically manage the order process.

"Sophis and TradingScreen R&D [research and development]teams have joined forces to interface their systems and bring to market this unique solution, and we are very excited to be associated with this new breed of hedge funds, which trade volatility," said Sophis president Hervé Vinciguerra.

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