State of the IT

The financial crisis has exposed a number of failings in risk management practices. Banks are looking to make improvements, with liquidity risk and counterparty credit risk management emerging as the key areas of focus. How have technology vendors been responding? Risk's annual software round-up details the latest developments in technology for derivatives pricing, trading and risk management. By Clive Davidson


For its Tex Multidealer Trading System for forex, the company released a block forwards trading application, which allows asset managers to execute spot and forwards for multiple entities, with multi-tenors and buy or sell directions for every leg. A multi-leg swap trading application enables users to trade multiple swaps with different strike dates and counterparties simultaneously. An order management tool for Tex, and its white-label intra-group version I-Tex, supports a

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