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Complex requirements demand individual solutions

Specialised challenges that our customers are today confronted with often stretch standard software to its limits. The changing requirements arising from regulations, such as Basel III or Solvency II and market practices, such as in the assessment of financial products, create significant pressure to adapt. Often, it is a combination of internal and external requirements that are not adequately addressed by the existing solutions, or existing solutions are just not flexible enough.

 

In d-fine, you have a partner with whom you can design future-proof individual software solutions. This is possible due to our expertise in all current technologies such as .NET, Java EE, Oracle or MS SQL, which we have already deployed in large projects. Equally significant is the fact that our specialists don’t just possess the requisite technical knowledge, but also the necessary specialised knowledge on capital markets, regulations, financial mathematics and so on, which enables the conversion of our customers’ requirements into robust and simultaneously flexible solutions.

 

On the basis of this integrated consultancy approach, we have already designed successful individual solutions for several customers. Some of our latest projects include:

  • Programming for a web application for regulating more than 10,000 companies. This application is used by over 400 inspectors of the financial supervisory board of an EU member.
  • Design of software for credit value adjustment (CVA) calculation that is being used for trade in a London-based investment bank.
  • Creation of an independent library for assessing financial instruments that thoroughly implements current market standards. On this basis, we have implemented software for a customer to determine modules for the standard formula of Solvency II, inter alia.

 

We offer support with a full team that acts as a general contractor, or accommodates your ongoing project with individual specialists, as we did for a Swiss bank in implementing a .NET-based application for the front office.