Numerix, a provider of cross-asset analytics for derivatives valuations and risk management, has released Numerix LiquidAsset 2.0, an easy-to-use, rapidly deployable solution to price the most common set of liquid over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives. Built on Numerix CrossAsset, LiquidAsset is available on the desktop through Microsoft Excel, or can be integrated into proprietary or third-party systems with the Numerix LiquidAsset SDK.
“With LiquidAsset we’re able to bring our powerful, market leading analytics to a wider group of sophisticated market participants, including hedge funds, investment managers, fund administrators, corporate treasuries and commodity traders,” said Steve O’Hanlon, president and chief operating officer (COO) of Numerix. “By incorporating market-tested, proven derivative models into simple, well designed derivative pricing and utility functions, LiquidAsset can grow with the specific trading and valuation needs of any derivative market participant, helping them to adapt to today’s increased demand for accountability and transparency.”
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