Structured Finance Cashflow Analysis Application from Intex Now Contains Interactive Data’s Evaluations
Interactive Data Corporation, a leading provider of financial market data, analytics and related solutions, today announced an agreement with Intex to provide independent evaluated prices on a universe of global RMBS, ABS and CMBS for use within the INTEXcalc service.
Intex Solutions is a leading provider of RMBS, ABS, CMBS and CDO/CLO cashflow models and analytical tools for the global securitization market. Its coverage includes deals issued in North America, Europe, Australia, Asia and other regions of the world. Its cashflow analysis application, INTEXcalc, offers transparency, ease of use, and speed in analyzing structured financial securities. INTEXcalc now contains evaluated pricing from Interactive Data, which can be used as inputs for a wide range of single security and portfolio analytics reports.
“We are pleased to work with Intex to combine Interactive Data’s evaluated pricing for a wide range of structured securities within the sophisticated structured finance analysis application from Intex Solutions,” said Liz Duggan, Managing Director, Global Evaluations for Interactive Data. “This will help participants in the global securitization market to perform a wide range of comparative scenario analyses and improve their portfolio management and risk management practices by integrating our independent evaluated prices into Intex’s analytical application.”
Through its alliance program, Interactive Data has relationships with more than 500 software application vendors, service providers and media portals that have access to a broad range of its data, analytics and related services.
“INTEXcalc provides analytical tools and cashflow models that can help meet market transparency requirements for traders, investors, issuers and other participants,” said Jim Wilner, Vice President at Intex. “By integrating Interactive Data’s evaluated pricing for a universe of structured securities, we are helping our clients be more equipped to analyze their exposure and make investment decisions.”