Singapore-based derivatives and risk consultancy Deriv Asia and US based securities finance researcher and consultant Finadium have agreed to launch a partnership in Asia to provide a joint service offering to their clients in the region.
The two firms will produce a new series of research reports specific to Asian markets on OTC derivatives, Basel III implementation, collateral management, securities finance and disruptive technology in the AsiaPac region. The series will be available to existing Finadium research clients and to new subscribers. Deriv Asia will act as Finadium’s business representative in the Asian region.
Deriv Asia is a technical consultancy specialising in OTC derivatives markets and risk management. Recent consulting projects have included transforming a back office collateral model to a front office enterprise model, building target operating models for XVA trading and accounting, RWA optimisation and risk modelling for initial margin for non cleared trades.
Finadium’s activities cover collateral management, liquidity, securities lending, repo, prime brokerage, custody and related products. Finadium research reports cover primary surveys, regulations and product analyses. The firm’s consulting work centers on product development, marketing and strategy. Finadium publishes the daily magazine Securities Finance Monitor.
In consulting, this partnership will:
- Combine Deriv Asia’s Asian markets expertise with Finadium’s market leading research offering
- Enable Deriv Asia to bundle Finadium research into its advisory assignments, complementing its existing retainer services
- Allow Finadium to support its existing client base with longer term on-site consulting in Asia
- Provide Deriv Asia with an increased capability to support on-site consulting to Asian clients on the US market
If you would like further details or are interested in discussing how you can access Deriv Asia and Finadium’s joint partnership services, please contact:
Name: Sam Ahmed
Name: Josh Galper, Managing Principal, Finadium