Image
November 2, 2015

SEFSwaps | A New OTC Data Service

SEFSwaps LLC has launched an application for interest rate swaps data with a unique offering of SEF specific transactional detail.

Press release:

SEFSwaps LLC has launched an application for interest rate swaps data with a unique offering of SEF specific transactional detail. SEFSwaps.com is a technology that contextualizes swaps data visually with click select capability to access the underlying records. The company’s proprietary algorithm identifies footprints on individual transactions in the Swap Data Repository, enabling SEF specific analysis. 

SEFSwaps’ approach is to make swap market data easy to absorb with on demand visual exhibits, where users leverage multiple comparison views by continuing to add charts that can then be drilled further with a click on any particular aspect of an exhibit. An interactive demo feature showcases the tool’s functionality of several view types which permit data export to excel.

“Because the tool displays direct SEF reporting and SDR data in a combined manner, users can multiply intelligence, such as isolating capped trade impacts”, states Owner and Chief Analyst Orlando Almodovar.

“The market has been receptive to an all-in-one product that enables deeper insights while being intuitively user friendly.” The technology has been validated with several SEFs, and in addition has identified different data issues, which has led to the company working on special projects with large banks and SEFs in a tightening derivatives landscape.

Director Gus Almond asserts, “In addition to looking at trends and making comparisons, users will now be able to answer questions such as ‘where is the true market’, and ‘is a hidden market still operating’, by using the product.” The company plans to further unlock data in the continuing build out, as well as expanding to other asset classes and increasing graphic views.

See more at sefswaps.com


Popular
Most Viewed

Image

Related Articles


June 30, 2022

SIMM Falls Short says PRA Letter to Banks




2 MIN



Risk Management


June 28, 2022

FMSB Statement of Good Practice on Trading Platform Disclosures




2 MIN



Regulation


June 20, 2022

Regulatory change and data fragmentation are key challenges for 85% of firms




2 MIN



Regulation