Capital Markets  

The capital market (securities markets) is the market for securities, where companies and the government can raise long-term funds. The capital market includes the stock market and the bond market. Financial regulators, such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Services Authority in the UK, oversee the markets, to ensure that investors are protected against misselling. The capital markets consist of the primary market, where new issues are distributed to investors, and the secondary market, where existing securities are traded.

The capital market can be contrasted with other financial markets such as the money market which deals in short term liquid assets, and derivatives markets which deal in derivative contracts.

We specialize in Equity Market, which can be sub classed into Stock market, Stock, Common stock, Preferred stock, Treasur stock, Equity investment, Index investing, Private Equity, Financial reports and statements, Fundamental analysis, Dividend, Dividend yield, Stock split. And Fixed Income.

Our best-in-class processes leverage expertise in statistics and econometrics in the areas of investment and risk management.The range of techniques our professionals use range from conventional mathematical tools such as probability distribution, Risk-neutral measure, value-at-risk, volatility etc. to advanced analysis and prediction techniques such as Dow Theory, Gordon model, Growth stock, PE ratio, Income per share, Stock valuation,Chart patterns, V-trend etc.

Fixed income refers to any type of investment that yields a regular (fixed) payment. For example, if you borrow money and have to pay interest once a month, you have issued a fixed income security. When a company does this, it is often called a bond or corporate bank debt (although 'preferred stock' is also sometimes considered to be fixed income).

The term fixed income is also applied to people's income whichare invariant each period. This could include income derived from fixed income investments such as bonds and preferred stocks or pensions that guarantee a fixed income.

Fixed income securities can be contrasted with variable return securities such as stocks. To understand the difference between stocks and bonds, you have to understand a company's motivation.A company wants to raise money, and it doesn't want to wait until it has earned enough through ongoing operations (selling products or providing services). In order for a company to grow as a business, it often must raise money; to finance an acquisition, buy equipment or land or invest in new product development. Investors will only give money to the company if they believe that they will be given something in return commensurate with the risk profile of the company. The company can either pledge a part of itself, by giving equity in the company (stock), or the company can give a promise to pay regular interest and repay principal on the loan (bond) (bankloan) or (preferred stock).

By focusing on underlying customer needs and the fundamental economics of the business, we help Banks, Investment Management Companies, Insurance Companies, Brokerages and other financial services companies rethink their strategic assumptions and identify winning business propositions. We help you develop Business and Technology strategies that are aligned to your business vision and work with you through the process of evaluating and selecting technologies and partners, which would createan opportunity to build competitive advantage.
Our technology strategy consulting service helps you identify and mitigate technology risks early on and deliver flexible, scalable, and cost-effective systems based on latest technologies.

Our technology strategy consulting services range from formulating IT strategy to develop STP solutions across Front-Middle-BackOffice for most of the Fixed Incomes assets and Equities and help in building risk management solutions.

Recent solutions for our financial market space clients include

  • Integrating pricers for IR and Credit Derivatives using Calypso.
  • Reporting Infrastructure for Back Office in Calypso.
  • Web based trading system for Money Markets
  • Building risk analytics for IR products
  • Web based reporting tool in Equities for Sales Managers.
  • Maintenance of deals captured for fixed income Derivatives
  • Build real time trading systems and risk management solutions for fixed income assets.
  • Development / Customization using off the shelf products like Calypso, Murex & Summit. 

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