QS Financial

Q-Sphere Financial (QSF) is a software development and service provider arm of Q-Sphere specialising in complex, distributed, real-time trading and risk management systems for the financial services industry.

QSF utilises modular, service based approach to system development and integration so modules or services can be mixed and matched in applications ranging from small-and-simple to complex assemblies where multiple business units, from multiple legal entities, can be connected and operate on a global basis in real-time.

Core QS Financail Design Philosophy

Core QSF subsystems utilise a plug-and-play rule-based approach so in addition to software provided by QSF, clients can use proprietary or other third-party software modules. These extend the system without the need to reveal source code to QSF even if QSF personnel are helping with consultancy, extensions or integration.

QSF provides design and implementation care to supply modules with extreme scalability and resilience. This includes massive parallelism where needed, or self-healing in order to protect mission-critical systems for unit failures.


Software Portfolio

QSF software portfolio modules fall into the following categories and sub-categories:

  • Core Infrastructure
    • Rule-based framework
    • Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
    • Context management
    • Distributed simulation framework
    • Semantic orientation
    • Complex criteria management
    • Distributed, real-time, finely-grained authorisation
    • Communicator
  • Persistence
    • Security reference dB
    • Transactions and trades
    • Risk data
    • Pricing and analytics
    • Distributed, global, real-time meta-data access and management
  • Business
    • Different or adaptive working modalities
    • Cash-flow generation
    • Pricing models
    • Curves and curve serving
    • Position keeping
    • Arbitrary portfolios
    • Sensitivity models, computation and serving
    • Hedging
    • VaR
    • Fundamental analysis
    • Technical analysis
    • Sentiment analysis
    • Market and in-house feeds and further integration
    • Blotters, sheets and framesets
    • Structured products, arbitrage, operational risk management
    • Exchange