Calypso is the leading provider of front-to-back technology solutions for the financial markets. With 19 years of experience delivering cross-asset solutions for trading, processing, risk management and accounting, we are able to focus our significant resources on customer problems, bringing simplicity to the most complex business and technology issues. The constant pressures for better allocation of capital and improved risk management, matched by an ever changing regulatory landscape in the financial markets demand technology solutions that are reliable, adaptable and scalable.
In response Calypso provides customers with a single platform designed from the outset to enable consolidation innovation and growth. The result is compelling. Faster time to new markets, enterprise risk reduction and lower technology costs drive immediate improvements to our customers’ bottom line. The facts speak for themselves.
Calypso is used by over 34,000 market professionals in over 60 countries. Representing more than 180 financial institutions, our customers operate in a diverse range of developed and emerging markets across Asia, Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Calypso has over 800 staff in 22 global offices, with headquarters in San Francisco, California. Let Calypso guide you through the complex financial markets.
The traditional investment book of record (IBOR) is struggling to eﬀectively meet the new business requirements of some buy-side firms. Find out more about the essential attributes of the “next generation” IBOR.
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