Murex provides enterprise-wide, cross-asset financial technology solutions to capital markets players. Its cross-function platform, MX.3, supports trading, treasury, risk and post-trade operations, enabling clients to better meet regulatory requirements, manage enterprise-wide risk, and control IT costs.

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Asia Risk Congress 2020: Digitally transforming the derivatives market

9th December 2020

Discover how the derivatives market is advancing from the previous era and into the future, and the role big data, AI and machine learning have to play. Thibault Reynouard, Technical Solution Architect at Murex joins panellists from SGX and MUFG to discuss this at Asia Risk Congress 2020, hosted by
Asia Risk Congress 2020: Operational preparation and IBOR transition checklist

9th December 2020

In this discussion, learn how to build capabilities for new RFRs with a LIBOR Transition checklist from Murex's Alexandre Bon and John Ho, Global Head of Legal, Financial Markets at Standard Chartered Bank, at the Asia Risk Congress 2020, hosted by To learn more about our IBOR solution, visit
Blog: New Dealing Desk Innovation Through Homing in on the User Journey

26th November 2020

Find out how Murex has revamped its dealing desk for asset management through assembling experts from different domains to better understand the client’s unique user journey.
Video: Asia Risk Awards Picks Murex as XVA Vendor of the Year

24th November 2020

In this interview, Murex’s Alexandre Bon describes a XVA landscape that is quite different across Asia-Pacific, with different approaches and situations requiring flexible solutions. Overall needs vary widely by country—from a system provider point of view, its important to get the core infrastructure piece correct and deliver...
Video: Asia Risk Awards Murex Pricing and Trading System of the Year 2020

12th November 2020

During the global pandemic, MX.3 proved its resilience and scalability with clients across the APAC region, providing reliable access to pricing and risk management capabilities in volatile markets, Murex Head of Front-Office Client Services Omar El Harit explains in this conversation. El Harit is joined by CIMB Group Head of Treasury...
Video: Asia Risk Awards Murex the Prestigious Technology Vendor of the Year 2020

12th November 2020

Murex Asia-Pacific CEO Guy Otayek explains how the software leader is growing its customer base and expanding offerings to existing APAC clients. He also describes how Murex has homed in on regulatory developments to build appropriate functionality into its platform, from valuation adjustments (XVA) and bilateral initial margin to the fundamental...
Video: MX.3 for Linear Rates Trading

7th October 2020

Interest rate trading is more challenging than ever. MX.3 for Linear Rates Trading is easy to deploy, providing out-of-the box tools and real-time dashboards across diverse trading business practices. Across regions and markets, it supports risk-free rates instruments and benchmark transition events. Learn more about how MX.3 for Linear Rates...
Case Study: Bank of Ayudhya aims for a unified front-to-back-to-risk solution

29th September 2020

When leading Thai financial institution Krungsri (Bank of Ayudhya) decided to simplify its cash, money market and fixed income operations IT infrastructure, converting and consolidating complex systems with multiple interfaces, it selected Murex as a long-term technology partner. This case study highlights how Krungsri is using MX.3 to streamline...
White paper: Adopting Agile Work Practices at Scale in European Capital Markets

28th September 2020

Agile is a methodology used by organizations to increase the speed, flexibility and quality of IT software and product delivery. Agile methodology work practices are now increasingly being adopted by all kinds of organizations. Murex contributed perspective to this AFME paper, which explores the adoption of agile work practices at scale within the...
Article: Cliff effect may demand risk calculation agility until LIBOR cessation

23rd September 2020

Short-term SOFR and LIBOR will remain decorrelated and are expected to keep changing until the LIBOR transition. Many capital markets participants question whether this difference will lead to a sharp “cliff effect” affecting pricing, valuation and risk calculations. In this featured article, Murex’s Didier Loiseau outlines the...