Advanced Exposure Monitoring

Monitor true net exposure at the level of underlying markets, instruments, asset classes, and portfolio.

Centroid Risk - Advanced Exposure Monitoring

Why is Exposure Monitoring important for brokers?

Many brokers operate hybrid business models (a-book, b-book, c-book) in an effort to achieve better business sustainability and consistency in their risk-adjusted performance results under fluctuating market conditions. Also, in order to increase the client-base, many brokers offer multiple different trading platforms to attract a wider audience of clients with different technology needs and preference. Such efforts result in operating complexity and fragmentation of trading data across different platforms, requiring real-time tool for monitoring open positions and net exposure at the level of the underlying markets, instruments and asset classes from one centralized place. 

Centroid Risk software includes convenient, real-time exposure monitoring tool suitable for business operations of any complexity.

How does Advanced Exposure Monitoring work?

The system aggregates positions from all the trading platforms used by a broker (longs and shorts from clients’ positions, a-book and c-book positions) and displays the company’s net exposure in real-time at the level of the underlying markets, instruments and asset classes, in one centralized screen:

  • Displays true net exposure results on the company’s book, after all a-book and c-book positions, taking into account synonym instruments as well. 
  • The exposure is displayed in lots, the underlying notional, and in USD notional. 
  • Displays risk concentrations at the level of client positions, instruments and the underlying exposure. 
  • A mouse-click on any instrument, displays the list of all the positions on that instrument with comprehensive details about each position.
  • One-click Microsoft Excel extract.

Who will benefit from this feature?

CEO, COO, CRO, Risk Managers, Dealing desk, Operations Managers

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