Monday, September 19, 2011 at 8:48AM
Deltix, Inc., a leading provider of software for the development and deployment of advanced alpha generation and execution strategies, today announced that Data Explorers intraday security level inventory and short interest data is now available in the Deltix Product Suite.
Data Explorers is the leading provider of securities lending and repo data tracking short selling and institutional fund activity across all global market sectors. The company provides security level information and analytics for supply, demand and borrow costs collated daily from the securities lending market. This data set is now available in Deltix QuantOffice, which allows users to create, back-test and optimize trading strategies.
Donal Smith, CEO of Data Explorers commented, “We are pleased that our securities lending data is now available in the Deltix product suite, providing a unique and powerful input for automated trading and quantitative managers.”
Ilya Gorelik, CEO and Founder of Deltix said, “The availability of Data Explorers data in Deltix provides another source of alpha for our users. The ability to rapidly create, back-test, optimize and deploy trading strategies in Deltix QuantOffice and QuantServer means that our users can generate immediate value from this data.”
About Data Explorers
Data Explorers (www.dataexplorers.com) is the leading provider of securities lending and repo data, tracking short selling and institutional fund activity across all global market sectors. Established in 2002, Data Explorers is an independent company based in New York, London and Hong Kong. The company’s analytics help clients to identify investment opportunities and manage risk. With content sourced directly from market participants including prime brokers, custodians, asset managers and hedge funds, Data Explorers provides a unique data set of more than 3 million intraday transactions, covering $13 trillion of securities in the lending programs of over 20,000 institutional funds. The service is accessible through the major market data platforms including Bloomberg, FactSet and Thomson Reuters.