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Siepe partners with Qontigo to launch risk analytics solution

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Qontigo, an investment intelligence specialist and provider of banalytics and  indices, and Siepe, a provider of technology, data and analytics solutions, have entered into an exclusive partnership to launch Axioma Risk: Elements, a pre-defined selection of data analytics from the Axioma Risk risk management platform.

Siepe will be offering clients a bespoke configuration of risk analytics across multiple asset classes, with Axioma Risk: Elements providing an entry point for hedge funds, asset managers and other fund managers to integrate a fixed set of fundamental statistics, stress tests and risk settings from the more comprehensive, cloud-native Axioma Risk enterprise software. In addition, Siepe will be able to offer Qontigo’s full suite of portfolio construction tools and risk models along with integration capabilities.

“Flexibility and scalability are two of the key tenets of our solutions at Qontigo,” says Brian Rosenberg, Chief Revenue Officer, Qontigo. “Through the new Axioma Risk: Elements offering, emerging hedge funds who may have had a barrier to entry can now access some of the sophisticated and robust analytics statistics of Axioma Risk, realising cost efficiencies but without having to sacrifice incisive analysis. Siepe’s leadership in data management and integration have made them a natural partner for us not only for this offering, but also for our other products.”

“Axioma Risk: Elements is a real value-add to our cloud-based platform,” says Charles Chien, Chief Revenue Officer of Siepe. “Adding these critical risk analytics further enhances Siepe’s investment management capabilities, giving our clients a bespoke perspective into their portfolios.”

Axioma Risk is a cloud-native, API-first risk system for multi-asset class risk management. Customisable stress tests, on-the-fly “what if” analyses in addition to factor and full-revaluations are all available on a single platform.

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