New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) has extended its implementation with Numerix with custom business logic and portfolio and risk management framework.
Already using Numerix CrossAsset for its debt risk management of client portfolios, TCorp has extended its relationship to include Numerix’s scalable server architecture, supported by a custom front-end and on-demand reporting framework.
The extension, which was built with seamless integration into TCorp's existing data warehouse, will further help provide clients with projections of expected interest costs as part of its debt management service. This includes interest cost attribution, interest payment forecasts and what-if scenarios, as well as debt interest forecast risk analysis and interest cost reports.
Numerix analytics, meanwhile, will help the organization produce custom reports for forecast projections and present in pre-specified formats to TCorp end-clients. A range of reports can be generated to assess Interest Expense Forecasts, Portfolio Progression, Cashflow/Transaction Reporting, and Attribution Analysis. What-if Curve Reporting can be produced for quantifying the impact of market shifts and support multiple levels of aggregation and drill-down.
“As clients rely heavily on forecasted interest costs to assist with their budgeting process, it is crucial for TCorp to have a simple-to-use and intuitive tool that can be used conveniently to produce debt interest forecast reports to clients,” says Stephen Knight, CEO at TCorp.
“With Numerix’s high performance computing environment and custom analytics applications underpinning our debt management framework, we’ve implemented a robust best-practice risk management system for hedging decisions and risk management. We’re also able to provide clients with enhanced portfolio composition and interest cost projections, based on various market scenarios and assumptions.”
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