Technology to Manage Real-Time Risk

Nasdaq Core Business Applications for Clearinghouses: Nasdaq's Real-time Risk

Specifically designed to address the sophisticated risk management needs of today's CCPs and exchanges, Nasdaq’s Real-time Risk provides all the functionality required to measure and manage real-time risk for both exchange traded and OTC instruments, helping to ensure that risk breaches and violations never go undetected. 

Nasdaq's Real-time Risk incorporates multiple safeguards enabling early identification and resolution of issues before they become critical, and helping to protect the integrity of the clearinghouse and its members, while helping to increase competitiveness.

A single implementation of Nasdaq's Real-Time Risk can service multiple clients or aggregate risk across multiple clearinghouses.

Key Features
Efficient real-time processing across millions of transactions in multiple markets, currencies and asset classes
Comprehensive risk and collateral management; Real-time positioning and allocation
Robust functionality for setting static and dynamic limits, business rule definitions, automatic escalation and root cause analysis for limit breaches
Strong data visualizations intuitively show key risk indicators so that critical information is full visible from a single screen at all times
Holistic view supports simple and complex data aggregation, enabling risk to management on an integrated basis enterprise-wide
Seamless integration to trading
Reduced operational complexity with lower total cost of enhancements and changes to the system
Adaptable and flexible, enabling CCPs to respond quickly to new market opportunities or regulation
Dynamic infrastructure with the industry-leading throughput and performance to keep CCP successful and operational at all times
Blockchain-integration: Leveraging Nasdaq solutions your CCP has the ability to integrate blockchain technology to realize efficiency benefits across the post-trade lifecycle.
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