Overall Rank: 253
Category Rank: 37
Quantile reduces risk in financial markets, delivering advanced strategies that rebalances and reduces counterparty risk between market participants, increasing the efficiency and liquidity of markets, improving returns for clients and making the financial system safer.
Since launching its first products in 2017, Quantile has eliminated trillions of gross notional of OTC derivatives through compression and billions of dollars in margin through its counterparty risk reduction service.
Clients include the G15 top tier global banks, regional banks and other large institutional market participants.
Quantile is headquartered in London, with offices in New York, Singapore and Dublin.
Counterparty Risk Optimisation
Dynamic and flexible, their multilateral counterparty risk optimisation service reduces counterparty risk, capital requirements and the costs associated with funding initial margin.
Quantile’s counterparty risk optimisation service delivers a material reduction in counterparty risk, capital requirements and the costs associated with funding initial margin (IM).
Fast and intelligent, our multilateral interest rate compression service reduces gross notional and trade count while preserving the overall risk profile and valuation.
Quantile’s interest rate compression service reduces gross notional and trade count while preserving the overall risk profile and valuation. Powered by unbeatable algorithms and backed by unmatched quantitative analytics, we clean portfolios, increase efficiency and improve returns.
Andrew Williams, CEO
Williams is a quantile co-founder. Previously at Morgan Stanley for 18 years, Andrew managed the CVA/XVA trading desk and held senior risk management roles in London, New York and Tokyo. Andrew is an expert in counterparty risk trading, XVA pricing and default management. Andrew has served on the risk committees of the London Clearing House (LCH), CME and Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) and was previously on the board of OTCDeriv Ltd.
Varqa Abyaneh, CPO
Most recently Varqa consulted for the London Clearing House. Prior to this role Varqa was a senior foreign exchange derivative trader at HSBC, as well as being responsible for delivering new traded products. He has also spent a number of years leading a team of quantitative analysts as well as working as a market risk manager.
Trudy Ross, COO
At Deutsche Bank for 16 years, Trudy worked as Global Business Manager for Money Market Derivative Trading, Rates Trading and COO for OTC Clearing Sales. Trudy served as Executive Committee member whilst on the Board of OTCDeriv Ltd for 10 years.
James Shepherd, CTO
At Morgan Stanley for 16 years, James led the interest rate derivatives technology team and was head of the Core Analytics Group. In this role, he managed a global team of quantitative developers that designed and developed the fixed income valuation libraries.
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