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Algorithm

Any organized set of steps used to help solve a problem. Algorithms are important in several fields, notably mathematics and computing.
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The combination of Algorithmics and recently acquired OpenPages, along with IBM's deep analytics expertise, delivers a comprehensive approach to managing risks, enabling clients to make better business decisions faster.
Algorithmics, founded in 1989, is owned by the Paris-based holding company Fimalac and is a member of the Fitch Group, the company said.
Some of the brokerage firms as well as well-respected financial institutions have already implemented Algorithmics analytics across their asset classes such as foreign exchange, equity, bonds, hedge funds and credit derivatives to improve risk control on their respective business activities.
The opening of the Dubai office is in response to the firm's rapidly expanding business in the Middle East market and will enable Algorithmics to enhance its service levels to new and existing regional clients who already include some of the region's leading financial institutions.
The Citigroup models provide market-tested default risk analytics that subscribers to the Algorithmics credit model platform can use in analysing borrower and counterparty credit quality, assigning internal ratings, and validating internal risk estimates and ratings performance.
Being an industry leader means we are focused on ensuring Algo Suite is prepared to meet the future needs of our clients," said Dan Rosen, vice president, Product Marketing at Algorithmics.
Rocket Retriever 2 is available from Pankhurst Algorithmics, 403-1655 Chambers Street, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada V8T 3J7.
Previously, Algorithmics had used various methods of data access for its individual modules, which have evolved over time.
Algorithmics and MPI will work towards integrating their products to provide an advanced solution that provides fund buyers with insight into the risk characteristics of both managers and portfolios.
1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a definitive agreement to acquire Algorithmics for $387 million, subject to price adjustments at closing.
Founded in 1989, Algorithmics is a recognised leader in enterprise risk management.
LONDON & NEW YORK -- Global professional services company Towers Watson (NYSE, NASDAQ: TW) has sold VIPitech -- an actuarial and financial modeling software unit -- to Algorithmics in accordance with commitments it made to the European Commission (EC).

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