Triple Point Technology has released of Commodity XL for Credit Risk 5.0. The new version marks the first major release of the company’s credit risk management software since it acquired ROME Corporation, a provider of enterprise credit risk solutions, in July 2008. The company says that its solution offers an end-to-end solution integrating exposure management, collateral management, counterparty management, credit analytics, credit scoring and reporting into a single transparent framework.
The solution is designed to provide out-of-the-box support for collateral optimisation, insight into collateral utilisation and capabilities to analyse portfolio-level counterparty credit risk in order to make critical risk-adjusted decisions with confidence. The collateral functionality offers a consolidated analysis of all collateral obligations and automatically applies the most contractually favorable collateral strategy across cash, letters of credit and guarantees.
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