09.30.2016

Linedata Derivation Tackles Demands for Real-Time, Transparent and Customized Risk Solutions

Linedata – PARIS, BOSTON, HONG KONG, LONDON, OXFORD, NEW YORK – Linedata (NYSE Euronext: LIN), the global solutions provider dedicated to the investment management and credit industries, is pleased to bring to market new innovations in risk from Linedata Derivation, which provides real-time risk, analytics, and portfolio management solutions to institutional and hedge fund managers across all asset types and structures.

Firms today recognize the importance of risk oversight for all areas they are increasingly concerned with – such as exposure, VaR and simulated stress testing. Linedata Derivation’s innovative development methodology is fully based on such client feedback, giving it proximity to the daily activities of these managers and the evolving financial market.

In the most recent client feedback cycle, Linedata Derivation’s new capabilities focused on interconnectivity in enhanced order management and pre-trade compliance, enhanced analytics for new pricing models, and an intuitive UX utilizing modern technology that simplifies complex views and provides greater flexibility in reporting.

“The most recent release from Linedata Derivation offers a sophisticated, yet flexible and easy to use risk oversight solution,” said Gary Brackenridge, Global Head of Asset Management at Linedata. “In addition to its current clients, users across the spectrum of Linedata Global Hedge and Linedata Longview are eager to benefit from these new functionalities.”

Linedata Derivation has been a key component of Linedata’s comprehensive Asset Management Solutions since the acquisition of Derivation Software by Linedata in April 2016. Linedata Derivation has a global client base which includes North America, Europe and Asia.

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