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DSTi releases derivatives management product

06 June 2006  |  2882 views  |  0 Source: DSTi

DST International (DSTi), the leader in business solutions for the financial services industry, announces the launch of its new Derivatives Solution that is set to transform the automation of trading and administration of complex derivatives.

As the use of derivatives increases, trading organisations are facing new challenges in being able to model, trade, price and account for exotic instruments, particularly those traded over the counter. Currently spreadsheets and in-house developed applications are supporting these trading and accounting platforms. The introduction of DSTi's Derivative Solution now changes that, making it far easier to create and model these instruments and then to integrate them seamlessly with trading and accounting systems. This allows far higher volumes to be traded more efficiently.

Designed to be used both with in house and other packaged environments, the DSTi's Derivatives Solution is already integrated with HiPortfolio; DSTi's market leading Investment Accounting Solution.

The Derivatives Solution combines DSTi's components and expertise in the investment management market place with Xenomorph's database technology and complex instruments expertise.

Steve Edkins, Chief Operating Officer from DSTi says: "As we all know derivatives are an extremely hot topic in today's markets and as such, time to market is critical. By bringing together the proven technology and domain knowledge of our partner Xenomorph coupled with our market established technology, expertise and experience, we can provide an extremely valuable solution that will give buy side organisations immediate financial pay back."

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