Danish bank FIH Erhvervsbank A/S has deployed SuperDerivatives’ SD-IR platform, including its derivatives trade execution module, to all of its sales and trading desks. The platforms will be integrated with the bank’s back office system using the SuperDerivatives SD-Connect application integration framework. SD-IR features real-time market prices, risk management and analytics for interest rate derivatives in all currencies where a derivatives marketplace exists. The company says that its online 24-hour system delivers market prices for interest rate derivatives, structures and products including CMS-based products, callable structures and target redemption structures. The system also includes a multi-asset blotter that can display trades in all asset classes and generate a variety of reports for corporate and hedge fund clients.
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