Numerix Oneview: Charting new frontiers for market and counterparty risk management technology
Numerix Oneview Solution Brief
Capital markets trading and investment firms are facing renewed imperatives to enhance market and counterparty risk capabilities in a time of unprecedented business and technological change. Prevailing digitization dynamics across different parts of the capital markets value chain, albeit nuanced for various exchange-traded and over-the-counter (OTC) segments, are amplifying the velocity and interconnectedness of information, liquidity, and transactional flows. This is happening as older risk systems are reaching obsolescence: They are often unable to meet the need for quicker insights into risk, greater organizational responsiveness, and optimal risk-based regulatory and business outcomes.
This solution brief on Numerix's Oneview offering is part of Celent's ongoing research into capital markets risk management and data enablement solutions. It explores what differentiates Numerix’s strategy from prevailing approaches, the potential for scaled expansions, and opportunities for continued impact on the financial industry from innovative methods and technologies.
In our recent discussions, firms are clearly discussing new approaches to automation, performance, and functionality, but forward-thinking firms are asking more strategic questions to envisage a future digital operating model for front office, market risk, and control functions. Responding to future demands will require firms to enhance their risk management capabilities to remain fit for purpose in a digital world, and for regulatory operations to become lean, predictable, and seamless. The ability to address market demands, adapt and respond to business imperatives, and capitalize on emerging opportunities is inevitably intertwined with trading and risk management technology capabilities.
As capital markets firms consider next-generation operational capabilities, competitive and regulatory pressures continue to drive the industrialization agenda around market and counterparty risk data and platforms; with enhanced requirements for infrastructure and platform capabilities to meet emerging standards and higher expectations in the shift toward a more robust financial markets ecosystem. This dynamic is already upon us, but firms on the whole still need to address ambition gaps in many parts of the information delivery value chain. Firms must chart their way toward new, fit-for-purpose paradigms and solutions to meet these future demands.
To learn more about how capital markets institutions and investment firms are upgrading their operations and technologies, please contact Celent for more information on our latest reports on these topics (subscribers can link through to the full reports):
- Traded Market and Counterparty Credit Risk Tech: Visions and Trajectories 2025
- Navigating the Next Curve in Market and Counterparty Risk Technology: What future risk tech paradigms look like in a Cloud 3.0 world
- Implementing Solutions For Derivatives and XVA Management: Navigating Solution Strategies and Technology Decisions
- Turbo-charging change in derivatives and XVA Management: Nextgen stacks, opensource & platformication