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Tales from Lockdown: Najlaa Noonan
In this series, we speak to Xenomorph employees and ask them to share their experiences of lockdown, how it has impacted their day-to-day lives and if they have any tips or recommendations for their colleagues. Today’s conversation is with Xenomorph Americas operations director Najlaa Noonan in Connecticut.…
Remaining Positive Through Challenging Times
This has been an extremely challenging time for the financial industry. Normal operating practices have been disrupted and organizations across the world have been forced to test their business continuity plans in anger. The economic implications of the lockdown were sharply reflected in markets, triggering wider repercussions on the industry.…
Supporting Your Business Through Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Although the current circumstances are anything but business as usual, Xenomorph is committed to providing full continuity of service to all of our valued clients around the world.
Since our business has long embraced geographically dispersed teams, remote working practices and collaboration tools, we are fully able to service all existing and new business requirements.…
Structured Products Technology
The market for ‘structured products’ is experiencing a revival. Given the current prolonged period of low and in many cases negative-yielding assets (particularly in real terms), structured products offer investors innovative ways to seek an uptick in returns while also potentially limiting their risk.…
Benchmarks Regulation: Data Integrity, Validation and Auditable Processes
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) earlier this month published a consultation paper outlining technical standards relating to its Benchmarks Regulation, which governs the way indices and other benchmarks are calculated. The consultation is open until the 9th of May, at which point ESMA will consider feedback and expects to publish a final report by the 1st of October 2020.…
Managing Market Data in the Cloud
Anyone attending last week’s FISD Technology Forum in London will have been treated to a very enjoyable afternoon. Not only was the event well attended, offering a great networking opportunity (special thanks to the team at FISD and host sponsors JP Morgan); but the content being debated was also first class (particular kudos to David Anderson).…
New SEC Fund Leverage Rules – What you need to know
This article has been updated to reflect the fact that the SEC voted to adopt Rule 18f-4, incorporating changes to the original proposed rules.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has passed a set of rules to limit leverage and use of derivatives by US funds.…
Model Risk Management: Driving Data Quality and Auditable Processes
Financial models are pervasive across the industry. But controls over how they are used are not that well evolved. As a consequence I thought I would look at the benefits of applying enterprise data management techniques to control model-derived data and address model risk management challenges.…
Examining the Rules of Valuation for Investment Managers
At Xenomorph we are always looking to stay one step ahead of our clients’ requirements for data management solutions. To do that we aim to maintain a close understanding not only of their core business operations (across front, middle and back-office functions) but also their regulatory obligations.…
EDM in the Cloud: Understanding the Business Case
The economic case for cloud services is more complex than first meets the eye. Comparing any in-house supported technology to one delivered as a cloud service is inherently fraught with subjectivity; depending on your point-of-view and assumptions one could argue the business case for either side.…