Reval Launches SaaS Risk Offering

Reval's chief operating officer, Philip Pettinato.

New York-based derivatives valuation, market data, risk management and hedge accounting solutions vendor Reval announced the launch of its new integrated enterprise treasury and risk management platform, delivered on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis.

Reval 11.1 includes 12 modules for global cash and liquidity management oversight, including funding, investing, transactions and payments. The software is designed as a single platform offering views that capture activity in investment, derivative and debt instruments, along with other functions.

"Treasury organizations are in transition as they reevaluate how technology can deliver the intelligence they need to support strategic decision-making," says Philip Pettinato, COO at Reval. "Specifically, they are looking for better visibility and control into positions and exposures across business units and subsidiaries around the world. If a single SaaS platform can provide these organizations with an affordable and scalable way to adapt, optimizing treasury and risk processes across the enterprise without compromising the depth of functionality they've found in point solutions, then we will have helped usher them into a new phase of treasury management."


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