For two decades, OpenLink has provided leading-edge technology solutions to an increasingly diverse client base. Building on our pioneering development of cross-asset trading and risk management products for energy and financial services companies, we now offer a suite of solutions designed to meet the specific needs of clients within four broad categories:
• Financial Institutions and Capital Markets
• Corporations and Non-Financial Institutions
• Agricultural Products,CPG, Food and Beverage, and Manufacturing
• Energy, Commodities, Extraction and Production Industries
With hundreds of established clients, OpenLink's technologies are the preferred solution among leading energy and commodity companies, financial services firms, multinational corporations, public utilities, hedge funds and central banks.
Maybe your need is highly-focused on trading or derivatives, or optimization of physical assets, or logistics. Perhaps you are seeking a Treasury Management System, or want to benefit from truly integrated firmwide risk management. Or, your goal could be to move your organization toward total margin and value chain management.
Whatever your particular objective, OpenLink's suite of integrated, configurable and extensible solutions can help-facilitating improved efficiency, better use of capital and greater risk-awareness around business decision making.
Implementation schedules have slipped anddetails are still being worked out, but there can be no doubt that the regulatory landscape for over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives is changing dramatically.
Producers, system operators and traders in power markets are facing multidimensional challenges in forecasting, optimization, trading, risk management and structural changes caused by the rise of renewables in the European power grid.
Internal and external pressures are causing chief financial officers, chief operating officers and other executives at oil and gas explorationand production(E&P) companies to spotlight the way they are calculating netback pricing and royalties to the owners of the energy sources.
As Europe embraces a new era of cleared and executed derivativestrading, market participants will have to maximize operational efficiencies to improve risk management, provide greater transparency to clients and counterparties, and to create smoother workflows.
Over the past decade, the pressure hasbeen building on non-financial, multinational corporations (MNCs) to meet higher standards for financial reporting and risk management.
CFOs will have to re-evaluate their hedge accounting strategies to mitigate a new wave of exposure challenges caused by volatile energy and equity markets. This white paper reviews forthcoming changes to the current system of hedge accounting.
Extreme market risk is hardly new for manufacturers, merchants and end-users in the agricultural commodity markets. Heightened commodity price volatility directly and indirectly affects profitability, which then complicates purchasing, budgeting and other strategic business decision-making. During…
OpenLink enjoys healthy double-digit growth, despite the downturn in the economy, thanks to a diversification of clients, asset classes and geographies. Kevin Hesselbirg, OpenLinks chief executive officer talks about the firm’s key projects and achievements over 2009 and plans for the coming year.