In the Press
SuperDerivatives is recognised as a world-leader in the derivatives marketplace, and as such is often called upon to provide informed comment for respected publications across the globe. A selection of recent articles can be browsed below.
SuperDerivatives has added a premium data package from Icap to its real-time market data terminal DGX, known as the DGX store. The real-time G7 Premium Package from Icap will offer DGX users extra flexibility in seeing specific contributors in Icap’s key data sets, including global coverage of FX spot and forwards, interest rate derivatives, G7 government debt, US Treasuries and mortgages, benchmark US agency and money markets. SuperDerivatives also plans to add additional data packages throughout 2014.
CFTC piles requirements on European trading venues
“It will be interesting to see how many market participants in Europe are actually ready to start reporting their trades by the new deadline,” said Zohar Hod, global head of sales & support, SuperDerivatives. “However the situation plays out, it is certainly going to have major cost and efficiency implications on all institutions that are required to report their trades."
SEF teething problems frustrate FX market amid liquidity fears
The underlying spirit of the CFTC’s move to a central limit order-book model is to boost the number of liquidity providers, but, ironically, this is proving to be unwelcome, says Zohar Hod, global head of sales at SuperDerivatives, a derivatives pricing firm and registered SEF. “There are so many SEFs that for a buy-side firm or a dealer to decide which SEF they will provide liquidity to or take liquidity from is difficult,” he says.
d-fine opts for SuperDerivatives market data terminal
Bonnie Eshel, Head of Market Data at SuperDerivatives, added: "We are delighted to support d-fine in providing real-time access to cash and derivatives marketdata. At SuperDerivatives we believe that DGX is the best market data platform for all types of global players seekiing a customisable service without high fixed costs and expensive technology upgrades, providing the efficiency and ease of use required in today's market."
Derivatives trade reporting rules suffer a rocky start
SuperDerivatives, which is helping organisations develop reporting solutions, also believes that further investment is needed. Carlo Scotto, sales manager, at the infrastructure, market data and services company, said: “Even companies with the best infrastructure in place do not know which systems the required information is held on. They have to make sure that, for every event in the life cycle of a trade, they can ensure flows of the right information to a database for uploading to a repository.”
Gmp deploys SuperDerivatives multi-asset portfolio management platform
SuperDerivatives, a world leader in multi-asset real-time market data, analytics and derivatives technology including front office, portfolio revaluation and trade execution has announced that Gmp Sociedad de Inversiones Inmobiliarias S.A. (Gmp) has joined its rapidly expanding user base.
Challenger Meets Pricing Demands With SuperDerivatives' Portfolio Revaluation Service
Mr Jacob Green, Vice President Asia Pacific at SuperDerivatives added, "We are delighted that Challenger has chosen to use our revaluation services, joining asset managers across the World who are benefiting from SuperDerivatives' quick and accurate pricing across entire portfolios - no matter how diverse. We look forward to our continuing relationship with Challenger, and helping their business go from strength-to-strength."
Structured Products Technology rankings
"We are convinced that over the next three to four years the structured products market will shift towards multi-bank platforms - and as an independent software company, we are in a strong position to exploit this opportunity," says Mikael Benguigui, head of equity derivatives at New York-based SuperDerivatives
SuperDerivatives to provide volatility data to NYSE Liffe
Derivatives technology and trade execution provider SuperDerivatives will provide volatility data to European derivatives exchange NYSE Liffe. David Collins, head of Strategic Alliances at SuperDerivatives, said: “Our market-standard volatility data allows NYSE Liffe to enhance its settlement process for the longer dated flexible FTSE 100 Index options (FLX) on Bclear.”
EMIR reporting comes into force
"One of the main difficulties will be presented by the fact that very few systems hold all the fields required for reporting,” says Zohar Hod, global head of sales and support at SuperDerivatives. “EMIR requires both static and calculated information to be reported to a depository, but this data is usually held across multiple trading and risk systems, and it needs to be collated and reformatted before it is submitted.