New York, NY (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
At ABS Vegas 2014, Thetica Systems announced the release of online access to its unique pricing and analysis tools for ABS, CLO, RMBS, and CMBS bonds.
CEO Ariel Yankilevich said, "We are delighted to offer this tremendously enhanced delivery system for our infrastructure. Users now have access to existing data integration tools via a completely customizable web interface unlike any other on the market."
The online access was launched to structured finance professionals attending ABS Vegas 2014, and proved to be of particular interest to those who trade and analyze ABS, CLO, non-agency RMBS, and CMBS bonds. Results to queries are delivered in a fraction of the usual amount of time required, and all screens and component parts are fully customizable down to the level of the individual user.
"This online access to our tools quite simply makes life easier on a daily basis for structured products professionals," stated Head of Production John Schaffner. "Our years of data integration experience reduce manual actions, speed up processes dramatically, and give our users an edge in their very competitive world."
Those interested can contact Sales(at)Thetica(dot)com to request a live demonstration of web access to the pricing and analysis tools and information on trial or ongoing licensing.
About Thetica Systems
Thetica Systems integrates client-licensed data from Intex, Lewtan/ABS.Net, and Bloomberg via the Backoffice data feed; loan level data from CoreLogic Loan Performance, BlackBoxLogic, Lewtan/ABS.Net, and Trepp; pricing data for CLO NAV from Lewtan/ABS.Net, Markit, and Reuters; credit ratings from Equifax and Transunion; HPI from CoreLogic, FHFA, Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller, and DataQuick; and industry standard pricing from Interactive Data Corporation. Vectors and credit models can be integrated from clients’ choice of third party vendors such as Five Bridges Advisors or CoreLogic, or from internal models, workbooks, and databases.
Clients include investment banks, hedge funds, insurance companies, capital management, brokers, dealers, and others that invest in or monitor structured finance securities, with users from traders and trading desks, project managers, research and product controllers to risk managers, regulatory reporting and IT.