A start-up hedge fund in Hong Kong with a highly respected management team and extensive trading experience gains real-time portfolio and risk capabilities, wide coverage, and simplified client reporting with the Imagine platform.
Family office in Dubai gains operational efficiencies and greater flexibility with a consolidated platform for reporting, investment management and Investment Book of Record.
Imagine Software wins five awards and is voted by the market as the leading system for risk management, portfolio management and widest product range.
Global cloud-based portfolio, risk and margin solutions provider Imagine Software has announced the expansion of its asset class offering to structured product issuers and traders.
Imagine Software Expands Asset-Class Coverage and Delivers Cloud-Based Solution for Structured Products
New models and workflows support structured products combined with cost and operational efficiencies of Imagine’s cloud-based solution.
An area of investment management that is particularly exposed to changes in interest rates (nominal and real) is the world of Liability-driven Investing (LDI). This eBook provides an overview of the concept, and then dives into the key questions regarding risk management for liability-driven investing and provides technology tips.
TradingScreen Inc (TS), the all asset class execution and order management system (EOMS), and Imagine Software, leading provider of portfolio and risk management solutions, have enhanced their long-standing partnership to deliver a full front-to-back office trading solution to the buy-side.
It was a historic moment to be remembered when crude oil plunged into negative price territory on Monday 20th April 2020. Imagine’s Data, Technical, Development and Professional Services teams stood ready to assist users in ensuring they continued to correctly calculate risk metrics across commodity trading books. While negative prices are not a new thing in financial markets, it was the first time for crude oil to exhibit such behaviour. Standard pricing models (Black Scholes) for commodity future options are not designed to handle negative underlying prices. As such, Imagine applied an ‘early roll’ of the front month contract of May crude to the June expiry as the negative settle price was confirmed.