Next-Generation Technology Capable of Delivering Tomorrow's Systems Today

Learn how banks overcome common technology challenges to deliver next-generation market making infrastructure and how solutions like Oneview Graph Framework can help banks develop faster and deliver smarter.

Asset class by asset class, the rapid shift to electronic trading has become a given in OTC derivatives for market makers – especially in fixed income and foreign exchange. The question of “if” and lofty debates about the industry’s future have given way to pressing decisions about when and how. Whether regulation or technology got us here, it will be technology and timing that separate the leaders from the pack, determining who stays in the game and who makes a timely exit.

But while the fastest quote may deliver market share it won’t deliver the margins market makers need to keep desks alive and profitable if the pricing that underlies it isn’t accurate. Delivering the right price first demands timelier and timelier calculations. To be competitive banks need systems that can execute these complex processes and put them at the fingertips of their market makers in near real-time.

Because of that, gaining an early mover advantage is about more than just ramping up processing power, mixing in AI or moving to the cloud. Truly evolved e-trading infrastructure demands technology professionals that know how to put the right combinations of technology into place to develop next-generation trading and risk systems that not only provide first mover advantage today but can continue to evolve with the markets and are flexible enough to deliver that advantage well into the future.

And banks don’t have years, they need their development teams to deliver them now. That’s why our clients have turned to Numerix. Our Oneview Graph Framework is a production-ready development framework that helps development teams accelerate delivery of scalable, event-driven real-time performance for pricing and risk systems.


  • Business Challenges and the Inevitable E-Trading Wave
  • Delivering what the Business Wants – IT Challenges
  • Technology Landscape and How Oneview Graph is Different
  • Oneview Graph Framework Case Study


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Bill Dwyer, Vice President of Corporate and Business Development, NumerixBill Dwyer, Vice President of Corporate and Business Development, Numerix
Bill has over 20 years of experience in the financial services technology sector. During his career he’s had the privilege of working with some of the world’s leading financial institutions on both the buy- and sell-side, including BNP Paribas, Fidelity, Socgen, ABN-Amro, RBC, Jefferies, TD, Clearstream, Credit Agricole, Unicredit, and State Street.
Bill joined Numerix in early 2016, he is currently in charge of the Numerix partner business development function in the Americas, as well as Numerix corporate development activities. Bill started his career in capital markets technology with Teknekron Software Systems (now Tibco) in 1994. Prior to Numerix, he also served in senior sales leadership related roles in S&P, Murex, SunGard, and Reuters.

Robert Gray, Sales Manager, Direct Sales EMEA, NumerixRobert Gray, Sales Manager, Direct Sales EMEA, Numerix
Robert Gray is an OTC derivatives market expert at Numerix and a long-time industry veteran in the space. His career began in LIFFE, trading for ten years in futures and options for Lehman, SGF (now ICAP) and Tullett, in addition to a brief stint on the IPE trading Brent Crude Oil. Following the end of pit trading, Mr. Gray began a sales career with roles at Standard and Poor’s, SuperDerivatives, Saxo Bank and CMC Markets across EMEA.
Prior to joining Numerix, Mr. Gray spearheaded an OTC derivatives pricing and RFQ solution for a traditionally back office-focused software company. He is currently a sales manager for Numerix’s EMEA territory.

GregMurrayModerator: Greg Murray, Vice President Product & Field Marketing, Numerix
Greg Murray oversees product and field marketing initiatives at Numerix, focusing on go-to-market strategies and marketing of Numerix’s derivative pricing and risk analytics. Prior to his current role, Mr. Murray worked in derivative analytics sales roles at Numerix and at other software firms. He also held derivative trading positions for seven years as an option market-maker and proprietary trader across a variety of asset classes.




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