With MDS Market Data Service, Trinity provides market data and calculations for key date and more realistic financial derivatives valuations.
Frankfurt, September 2018. One problem that often causes a lot of work in the treasury department is the valuation of financial derivatives on the reporting date. This is necessary in order to plan and control own liquidity and risk positions closer to reality, closer to the valuation results of the banks and thus more reliably. So far, this is usually done manually using a spreadsheet – even with 20 financial derivatives, possibly in different currencies, with three or four data points more a poking in the fog and a true Sisyphus work that must be kept up to date.
“Whenever Sisyphus is at work in the treasury departments, we recommend our treasury management software to optimize and automate the treasury processes of international companies in all sectors,” says Henning von Tresckow, Managing Director of Trinity Management Systems GmbH. The triad “Your Treasury – Your Way – Our Software” underscores the company’s philosophy of significantly automating treasury with excellent software and a strong focus on customer value.
The Market Data Service is designed as an add-on to the Trinity Treasury Management System. Based on market data of e.g. Bloomberg, Thompson Reuters or vwd and ECB the MDS add-on uses a large number of data points to achieve a much more precise key date-accurate market valuation, which is much closer to the banks’ values. Communication and accounting with banks and financial auditors is so much easier.
The Trinity MDS Market Data Service add-on is currently undergoing field testing with a pilot customer.
Trinity Management Systems GmbH exhibits at the EuroFinance International Treasury Management, Geneva, 26.-28. September 2018. Stand number is S 51.