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UK Insurer Chooses Pricing Partners for the Independent Valuation of its Interest Rate and Equity Structured Products

Pricing Partners announced today that one of the largest UK insurers has selected Pricing Partners’ online independent valuation platform, Price-it Online for its interest rates and equity structured products.

This UK insurer, which wishes to remain anonymous, develops and offers tailored investment solutions to its clients. The firm needed an extremely sophisticated and accurate solution for its interest rate and equity products to measure and forecast counterparty risks and liquidity. The firm also entails a scalable and flexible system to reinforce its role as a leading asset management in the industry. After several tests and a comprehensive assessment of the solutions on hand by different providers, the firm fixed its attention on Pricing Partners’ online independent valuation solution, Price-it Online for its outstanding performance.

Eric Benhamou, CEO at Pricing Partners and a former Goldman Sachs quant, commented: “We are very pleased that such a prestigious UK insurer chose Pricing Partners for the independent valuation on its interest rates and equity structured products portfolios. Pricing Partners’ unique combination of accurate analytics, proprietary market data and intuitive user-friendly language gives our customers the power to more effectively manage risk and maximise business opportunities, especially in the current market conditions. Price-it online is a notable tool that generates accurate prices and matches all market conventions. This makes Pricing Partners a leading provider of independent valuation and revaluation services for both buy and sell side.”

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