MX.3, Murex third generation integrated cross-asset trading, processing and risk management platform offers uncompromising specialisation and leading functionality in each asset class.
Drawing from unique experience building integrated platforms and adoption of new technologies and development methods, our most recent introduction, the MX.3™ platform, is the best testimony to our commitment for consistent hard work and creativity placed at the service of our clients.

Asset Class Coverage:
Native coverage includes several hundred product types on all asset classes.
· Equities
· Interest rates
· Foreign Exchange
· Credit
· Macroeconomic derivatives
· Commodities
· Hybrids: transactions combining any asset class.
· Ability to plug a bank’s own risk models and product types into the MX.3 framework.

Trading & Portfolio Management

Functionality ranging from pricing sheets to market data calibration or portfolio management.

Structuring Sales & E-Commerce
Integrating sales and distribution in post-trade processes.

Enterprise-Wide Risk Management:
At the heart of the MX.3 platform, a set of market leading risk components provides a foundation for firm-wide risk management:
- Market Risk
- Credit Risk
- Enterprise Limit Management and Exposure Monitoring
- Collateral Management
- Compliance Management
- Basel II


Featuring the Dot Three Extension Framework, the MX.3 Architecture offers extension abilities for in-house development of value-added functionality.

Key Features :
- Massively scalable.
- Globally deployed.
- Fully accessible.
- Extensible by design.
- Connected seamlessly.
- Robust.
- Language-independent and standard-ready.

Product and service specifications
• Oracle
• Sybase
Language used
• C
• C#
• C++
• Java
Operating system
• HP-Unix
• Linux
• Solaris
• Windows 2000
• Windows 2003
• Windows 7
• Windows NT4
• Windows Vista
• Windows XP
Pricing structure
• Fixed
• Per seat
• Volume-based
• Other
User interface
Integrated trading system, FX cash and derivative trading, exotic options, equities, interest rates, credit, commodities, hybrids, structured products