Wall Street Systems, Inc., a leading provider of treasury, trading and risk management solutions and services, will launch its new Interest Rate Derivatives (IRD) module at Risk 2002 Europe – the European derivatives and risk management congress. The IRD module extends the functionality of The Wall Street System® treasury engine, specifically targeting the complex and evolving needs of the interest rate derivative user community. ‘The Wall Street System has limitless flexibility and capacity for growth. It has been designed so that complex financial instruments, like interest rate derivatives, can be added easily through its modern, scaleable systems architecture,’ says Mike Thrower, director of marketing for Wall Street Systems.
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