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Quantifi to Provide Leading ASEAN Investment Bank Pricing and Analysis Solutions

Quantifi, a provider of analytics, trading and risk management solutions for the global capital markets, today announced that CIMB Group’s investment banking division has selected its pricing and risk analytics solutions, Quantifi XL, to support its expanding operations. CIMB Group is Malaysia’s second largest financial services provider and one of Southeast Asia’s leading universal banking groups.

As ASEAN’s leading investment bank, CIMB would be using Quantifi to complement its in-house analytics, particularly with respect to credit products. The selection was made based on Quantifi’s comprehensive coverage of credit instruments and the speed, accuracy and flexibility of Quantifi XL.

Quantifi XL provides pricing and structuring for even the most complex OTC products in a familiar and flexible Excel environment. Comprehensive, powerful, and easy-to-use functions cover the simplest calculations to the most advanced pricing and sensitivity analysis. Extensive on-line help, tutorials and worksheet examples make getting started and using Quantifi XL simple and intuitive.

Rohan Douglas, CEO of Quantifi, commented, “Securing CIMB as a client is excellent news and a welcome addition to our growing client base both within the investment banking sector and across Asia. We look forward to a continued close working relationship with CIMB and, as with all our clients, look to benefit from their input as we continue to grow support for new and innovative products based on market needs.”

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