|By Business Wire||
|August 25, 2014 07:00 PM EDT||
Quantifi, a specialist provider of analytics, trading and risk management solutions today announced that it is expanding its office space in Australia. This expansion will enable Quantifi to meet growing regional demand.
“We are excited with our move into larger office space as it is a critical next step in Quantifi’s growth in this region,” comments Kathy Del Duca, Director of Operations. “We are making significant investment in our global operations so that we can strategically address increased demand and better serve our existing clients.” Quantifi attributes the increased demand to OTC regulatory reform initiatives.
The office is located in the heart of Sydney’s financial district at 3 Spring Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 and will include teams responsible for client service and development to support the firm’s growing customer base in the APAC region.
“Like many market participants, Asia-Pacific financial institutions are struggling to keep pace with the multitude of regulatory changes,” states Rohan Douglas, CEO. “Quantifi continues to address key client issues with support for XVA, Central Counterparty Clearing (CCP), margin replication, OIS Discounting, regulatory reporting, PFE limit management, and funding costs analysis such as FVA and COVA.”
Notes to Editors
Quantifi is a specialist provider of analytics, trading and risk management solutions. Our award-winning suite of integrated pre and post-trade solutions allow market participants to better value, trade and risk manage their exposures and respond more effectively to changing market conditions.
Founded in 2002, Quantifi is trusted by the world’s most sophisticated financial institutions including five of the six largest global banks, two of the three largest asset managers, leading hedge funds, insurance companies, pension funds and other financial institutions across 16 countries.
For further information, please visit www.quantifisolutions.com.
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