Qontigo has partnered with CEPRES, the leader in private market investment technology and data, to develop a suite of private market factor risk models for unique insights into private capital fund risk in multi-asset class portfolios.
Qontigo, a leading provider of innovative risk, analytics, and index solutions, has enhanced its Axioma Credit Spread Factor Risk Model (Credit Factor Model) with the addition of credit default swaps (CDS) and increased factor coverage. The model results in better risk forecasting for asset managers, asset owners and hedge funds with portfolio exposure in the high yield and investment grade space.
Risk.net, a leading global risk management publication, has named Qontigo’s Axioma Risk the best buy-side market risk management solution. This is the fourth time in the last five years that Axioma Risk has received this accolade.
Qontigo has introduced a trading horizon view (“Trading Model”) for the Axioma US Equity Factor Risk Model, currently available in a short-horizon, medium-horizon, statistical and fundamental variants.
Qontigo has entered into a partnership with RepRisk, a pioneer and leader in ESG data science. Qontigo will enable solutions and access to RepRisk ESG risk data via Axioma portfolio analytics and risk models, and build indices under its STOXX family of brands.
Qontigo has made available ISS ESG, Clarity AI and Sustainalytics data within its financial optimizer, Axioma Portfolio Optimizer (APO). Sustainalytics will also be integrated into Axioma Portfolio Analytics (APA) for performance attribution and reporting as well as Axioma Risk Model Machine (RMM), which allows users to create custom risk models.
SimCorp, an independent provider of SaaS investment management solutions and trusted partner to the global buy side, today announces a new partnership with Qontigo, a leading provider of analytics and indices, and part of the Deutsche Börse Group.
Qontigo has been named as the category winner for both factor modeling and portfolio optimization by Chartis Research in its inaugural STORM50 (Statistical Techniques, Optimization frameworks and Risk Models) Report.