The global portfolio systems market, which supports all types of asset management firms, reached approximately $ 2.32 billion as of year-end 2006, and is expected to reach US $ 2.67 billion by year-end 2010
Yesterday Markit, a provider of independent data, portfolio valuations and OTC derivatives trade processing, announced the launch of its enhanced ABX Calculator, designed to aid settlement of ABX index trades.
On Monday, Calypso Technology, a provider of capital markets trading software solutions for global financial institutions, announced that The Master Trust Bank of Japan (MTBJ) is now live with Calypso for derivatives back office processing.
Orc Software, a derivatives trading technology provider, has launched Orc Liquidator Hosted – an exchange co-located, fully hosted solution for deploying custom algorithmic derivatives trading strategies.
SuperDerivatives, a provider of multi-asset option pricing, revaluation, trading and risk management systems, has announced that TFS Energy has selected its online real-time pricing and analytics platform, SD-CM, for use by its traders and clients who trade carbon dioxide emissions options.
Last week, Fimat and Trading Technologies International (TT), announced that they would begin marketing TT’s electronic trading solutions to customers in Europe and Asia.
Calypso Technology, a provider of capital markets trading software solutions, announced on Monday that Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW), a financial services provider in southwestern Germany with
Chicago Mercantile Exchange has outbid electronic rival Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) to acquire the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), creating the world's largest derivatives exchange.
On Monday, Markit, an industry source of independent data, portfolio valuations and OTC derivative trade processing, launched an integrated pricing and performance monitoring service for the European asset-backed securities (ABS) market.
In June, trading volumes on Eurex, the Deutsche Boerse's derivatives exchange, rose to 196.3 million contracts, 28 percent higher than June 2006, making it the second strongest month so far for the exchange