Bloomberg to Offer Next-Gen Risk Models to Enterprise, Terminal Clients

In addition to consolidating the Port risk models for terminal users and enterprise clients, the data vendor is looking to use advanced risk models to create better hedging strategies for equities.


Bloomberg is set to launch a risk model for its enterprise and terminal users by the end of 2020 that unifies the data giant’s legacy risk model with the Barclays Risk Analytics and Index Solutions (Brais) business that it acquired in 2016.

“Over the last two years, we’ve been working to consolidate these two models, along with new features we are developing, into a single, next-generation Bloomberg risk model that will be available to all Bloomberg clients,” says Antonios Lazanas, head of

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