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Pricing Partners Derivatives Independent Valuation Platform is Empowered with Analytics Function

Pricing Partners, the world leader in OTC derivatives pricing analytics, mathematical models and independent valuations, announced today to implement a new function “Price-it Online Analytics” on its web based independent valuation platform Price-it Online. This new feature allows users of its online services to access its extensive financial library to achieve advanced transparency and independence.

The online valuation platform leverages its MS Excel add-in financial library to extend the pricing and risk management capabilities and maximize the transparency and flexibility of the whole valuation process. Users can export their entire trade at a valuation date to an Excel sheet through xml document. They are able to audit all steps of a product valuation such as market data used, payoff description, models, calibration and numerical methods, replay the whole scenarios and perform stress testing.

Eric Benhamou, CEO of Pricing Partners, comments: “Price-it Online Analytics function on our online service platform is our key differentiator comparing to our competitors. With this new feature, users of Price-it Online are able to enhance the product valuation’s transparency thanks to our exhaustive financial library, and hence to better analyze and monitor the risks and compliant with regulation bodies’ requests.”

The “Price-it Online Analytics” function is available on Price-it Online, the SaaS mode, internet based, derivatives portfolio and structured products independent valuation platform.

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