This white paper explores the impact of the October U.S. employment data release throughout the E-mini S&P 500 futures session, as traders worked to digest the report and understand portfolio implications.
With budgets and resources under pressure, and traditional systems struggling to cope with data volume and complexity, this white paper considers how banks can leverage new technologies to gain a more consistent view across the trades in their portfolios, saving time and money in the process.
This XVA forum features a panel of industry leaders assessing the major factors driving XVA adoption today.
This white paper examines the state of the XVA space. It explores how market participants are grappling with the conceptual and practical challenges of MVA, which XVAs are most important now, and how cloud-based solutions could be beneficial for XVAs.
This white paper examines the results of a recent survey conducted by FX Week in association with LCH ForexClear. It explores the impact of the financial crisis on FX derivatives, the effectiveness of clearing, compression and optimisation tools in minimising costs, and what lies ahead for FX…
Adapting to Change in the Electronic Fixed Income and OTC Markets: Have We Reached an Inflection Point?
At a recent event hosted by Numerix, capital markets participants gathered in New York to discuss how electronification has influenced and disrupted these multi-trillion-dollar markets. In this article, we report on the key takeaways and perspectives covered during the event.
The Next Crisis Will Be Different - Opportunities to Continue Enhancing Financial Stability 10 Years After Lehman's Insolvency
10 years after Lehman's insolvency, this white paper aims to raise awareness of key risks facing the industry and provides a series of forward-looking opportunities to help strengthen financial stability for the future.
This white paper explores the XVA business process, considers the delicate balancing act of measuring, managing and optimizing XVA costs, and details a modern XVA methodology approach. It further outlines market perspectives and best practices for navigating through an XVA implementation…
It is widely accepted that the introduction of bilateral margining requirements for non-cleared OTC derivatives will lead to a reduction in counterparty risk. This paper focuses on the prospect of eliminating counterparty exposure through margining and the implications for credit risk policy makers.
In this video, David White, head of sales at triResolve - part of the NEX Group – discusses the challenges of initial margin (IM) compliance for buy-side firms and how automation can help in the drive for more efficient collateral management processes.