Open source reaches risk analytics

One new technology start-up is looking to create an open source risk and analytics platform, which will provide a free non-proprietary infrastructure for banks to develop their pricing and risk analytics for all trading and risk applications. Is this the beginning of a sea change in the provision of trading and risk technology? By Clive Davidson


Constructing an integrated risk management framework is like tackling a jigsaw puzzle. A firm must bring together many different pieces, including an assortment of trading and risk systems, each with its own analytics and data, and make them fit into a co-ordinated whole. Unlike a jigsaw, however, the various pieces that make up an integrated risk system come from diverse sources and have been designed in isolation to optimise their individual functions rather than interlocking with other

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