Meanwhile, Credaris Portfolio Management, an independent investment management platform, has chosen pricing and valuations vendor Markit for its credit data services. Credaris, which has EUR 1.3 billion in assets under management, provides tailored solutions to European financial institutions aiming to generate high risk-adjusted returns from their credit market asset allocations. Credaris will receive Markit’s credit default swap (CDS) and loan pricing, in addition to Markit RED to assist in its management of credit risk, particularly in the structured credit arena.
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Credaris Chooses Markit For Credit Data Services
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