Game-changing cloud-based Derivative Trading Platform.

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Are you still using spreadsheets or outdated legacy platforms to manage your derivatives?


You can do better. Let us show you how.

Our turnkey state-of-the-art platform allows banks and financial institutions to set up and manage their hedging programs effortlessly.

DerivativeEDGETM is a cloud-based platform designed and built to facilitate the management of your interest rate derivative portfolio.

Sales Support

Sales Support

Go ahead, offer your client a fixed rate. But don’t take the risk on balance sheet.

Our team will guide you through origination, documentation, execution, and post-trade management for every single transaction.

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Dodd-Frank compliance support

Meet Dodd-Frank. Head On.

We understand Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act inside and out and we help our clients comply with the regulations every single day. Period.

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Operations support

Manage your derivatives. Automatically.

Our operations and middle-office team has years of experience managing thousands of plain vanilla and exotic derivatives. We’ll manage the entire lifecycle of trade events for derivatives,
so you don't have to.

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Hedge Accounting

Hedge Accounting Support

Streamline compliance and reporting in accordance with new hedge accounting rules.

We live and breathe ASC 815 every day. Whether it’s cash flow or fair value hedge accounting, you can trust our technology and team of hedge accounting experts.

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Market Moves Forward Despite Geopolitical Concerns



Optimism Dominates

All three major US equity indices closed higher on the day, with investors confident that, in spite of trade wars and other geopolitical tensions, the market will continue to march higher.  The DJIA and the S&P 500 climbed 0.35% and 0.24%, respectively, while the DJIA eked out a slight gain at +0.06%.   US Treasuries rallied 2-4 bps across the curve, with the 10yr US Treasury Note closing at a yield near 2.82%, 4bps lower than where it closed on Friday.  In foreign exchange markets, the US Dollar (USD) fell 0.3% vs both the Euro (EUR...

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