PortfolioScience provides users with the tools to create extensive analytical functionalities, bringing the entire sphere of quantitative analytics to the user’s fingertips. Clients are not required to gather relevant data as the RiskAPI software-as-a-service includes all the necessary historical pricing, computing power, and mathematics required to generate sophisticated portfolio and position-level risk analysis. Using any of the various operating environments including Excel, data warehouses, PMS, EMS, and OMS systems, users can connect to RiskAPI and easily set up a robust and systematic risk management infrastructure for their hedge fund. Delivered as a remote API, the service allows hedge funds to access the PortfolioScience proprietary risk analysis engine, delivering robust risk analysis functionality. “Unlike the traditional approach, our approach is a live, fully functional service operating in the cloud.”
Korin elaborates that for smaller organizations that do not have the budget for large infrastructure or simply do not need a firm-wide implementation, “The excel add-in version of RiskAPI quickly delivers customizable risk calculations within a spreadsheet”.
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PortfolioScience also partners with service providers that intend to step into risk management while catering to the hedge fund industry. “Because we deliver our solution through an on-demand API, these service providers are able to offer risk management seamlessly to their clients,” says Korin.
Led by Korin, PortfolioScience is dedicated to continuously working toward bringing newer portfolio risk analysis solutions to clients, in line with the increasing complexity of the hedge fund industry. A perfect example of this is the recently launched Factor Index Construction Toolset, which allows users to dynamically construct factor indices based on dozens of fundamental, technical, and statistical metrics. “We are constantly adding new capabilities both in the analytical toolset—new calculations and innovative models—as well as in interface capabilities to interact with our system,” concludes Korin.