Numerix Named Data and Analytics Vendor of the Year in the Global Capital Americas Derivatives Awards 2019
Numerix, the leader in risk technology, announces it has won the award for Data and Analytics Vendor of the Year in the Global Capital Americas Derivatives Awards 2019. This year's awards were held on May 30th at The Metropolitan Club in New York City.
For its ability to sustain powerful growth in an increasingly competitive market, and for its identification and execution of opportunities in new markets and innovation in analysis of derivatives data, GlobalCapital has selected Numerix as its Americas Data and Analytics Vendor of the Year.
“We have been on the path of evolving our technology with modern interfaces, providing cloud native technologies for scaling and microservices,” said Steve O’Hanlon, CEO of Numerix. “Over the past year we’ve been particularly focused on applying our cross-asset analytics capabilities to the financial industry’s next major hurdles including the transition away from LIBOR, changing regulation and competitive pricing and the role of XVAs as well as the increased adoption and innovation driving the structured products markets. We are exceedingly proud to have won this award which recognizes all of the advances Numerix’s derivatives pricing and risk system, Oneview has brought to the market.”
Numerix’s derivatives pricing and risk system, Oneview is a cloud-ready analytics platform that is feature rich, scalable and flexible, and built for complex calculations. Oneview for XVA empowers central desks to confidently manage counterparty exposures, integrate XVAs into deal prices, and execute even the most complex deals at the right price. The new Oneview for Trading module offers a complete real-time infrastructure for structured note issuance and management. It empowers institutions to aggressively grow and confidently manage their structured note business. Numerix CrossAsset’s cutting-edge multi-curve framework has also been instrumental in helping institutions to accelerate their LIBOR transition and dynamically respond to the impacts of the evolving alternative reference rate (ARR) landscape.