A new partnership has been formed by Reech Capital PLC and CreditTrade to offer value-added credit derivatives data to banks and other financial institutions globally. The partnership will see the creation of daily sets of Credit Default Swap (CDS) curves, through the use of CreditTrade’s CDS prices and Reech’s proprietary analytics and pricing models. This information will be used by CreditTrade and Reech clients for valuation of credit derivative products and will significantly reduce the practical problems caused by missing data, both in time and over different maturities.
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