Currently, financial institutions use ActivePivot to perform real-time analysis on large datasets to monitor limits on credit risk, market risk, intraday value at risk, and P&L, drawing on streaming price data to spot changes in the market. However, at the end of February the vendor will add a new historical analysis capability after being approached by several customers wanting to be able to perform analysis in response to limits breaches, says Georges Bory, co-founder and managing director of
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