SuperDerivatives has launched an enhanced version of its SD-EQ real time pricing and analytics platform, which has been designed to enhance accuracy and productivity for equity derivatives. In the new version, SD-EQ features an ‘Equity Derivatives Data Generator’ (SD-EDG) which the company claims will provide real-time volatility surfaces, as well as implied dividend forecasts and forward price term structures for any underlying stock or index. This inference engine combines a multitude of inputs including historical dividends, OTC and exchange option market quotes, security lending rates and the SuperDerivatives benchmark pricing model for options. This technology is designed to enable accurate pricing of any equity derivative for any strike and expiry and for vanilla and exotic products.
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