AWB Limited (the former Australian Wheat Board), is to employ Financial Engineering Associates’ (FEA) derivative pricing components deployed within Reval’s Web-based HedgeRx solution to manage market price risk. As a result, AWB will gain a global, Web-based wheat and wheat future trading and risk management system. ‘As a long-time user of FEA analytics, AWB wanted to leverage the FEA technology already used in our trading organization,’ said Joshua Roberts, president of AWB (USA.) Limited. ‘We chose Reval’s HedgeRx solution, which includes FEA’s derivative pricing components, to provide worldwide access via the Internet and capitalize on Reval’s risk management expertise.’
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