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Model IT

Model IT offers innovative software products, advisory services, and tailored solutions for the financial sector. Their core products are aimed at insurance companies struggling with Solvency II as well as investment portfolio performance and risk analysis. The experts at Model IT have a strong background in banking and insurance and the company's core competence is to understand the business their clients are running.


NVIDIA awakened the world to the power of computer graphics when they invented the GPU in 1999. In the early 2000s, NVIDIA's invention of a programmable processor expanded the company's reach into professional graphics. The company's expertise in GPUs has led to breakthroughs in parallel processing, empowering scientists with access to ultra-efficient supercomputers. Scientists and researchers around the world are using Tesla GPUs to tackle the most complex challenges, from climate modeling to quantum physics to finding a cure for cancer. NVIDIA® CUDA® architecture enables GPUs to work not just with the pixels of an image, but with numerical data. NVIDIA Tesla processors harness CUDA to make supercomputing more efficient and more accessible. Three of the world's top five supercomputers are powered by Tesla GPUs.


QuantHouse is the leading provider of next-generation trading solutions—including low-latency market data (QuantFEED), an automated trading platform (QuantFACTORY), and trading infrastructure (QuantLINK)—for buy-side and sell-side and technology companies as well as exchanges and MTFs. QuantFACTORY is an integrated development environment (IDE) designed to optimize each step of the automated trading development cycle. The framework’s openness and use of industry-standard language enable quant traders, researchers, and developers to focus on business development and quickly develop and deploy algorithmic strategies. The QuantFACTORY suite of products is designed to efficiently handle the different phases of the trading strategy discovery process, from data capture to strategy development, back testing, and trading. With its plug-in architecture, QuantFACTORY can communicate with any market data providers and brokers. Using the libraries and third-party add-ons for MATLAB, users can import mathematical and statistical functions and integrate them into their models.


Thetaris is a consulting and software firm specialising in computational finance with MATLAB. Thetaris harnesses the power and flexibility of MATLAB to build tailored solutions for finance professionals. Their tool chain and technology allow for automatic MATLAB code generation and automatic GUI creation for financial models. Thetaris has a strong focus on client needs in the finance industry and provides easy access to state-of-the-art numerics, including multilevel Monte Carlo methods, simulation-based hedging, a high-dimensional sparse grid PDE solver, physical and risk-neutral simulation, and efficient GPU utilisation. By customising MATLAB, Thetaris enables quants and actuaries to obtain an efficient workplace which realises computer-aided finance—from prototyping to production.

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Thomson Reuters combines industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial, legal, tax and accounting, healthcare, science, and media markets, powered by the world’s most trusted news organisations.

Trading Technologies

Trading Technologies develops high-performance trading software for derivatives professionals, including the world’s premier investment banks, proprietary traders, brokers, Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs), hedge funds, and other trading institutions. The company’s X_TRADER software and related services provide direct access to dozens of the major international derivatives exchanges. TTNET, TT's fully managed hosting solution, delivers maximum system stability and fast trade execution via hubs located close to the major exchanges in Chicago, New Jersey, São Paulo, London, Frankfurt, Singapore, Tokyo, and Sydney. Headquartered in Chicago with 12 offices globally, TT has received "best in class" awards from numerous independent third parties including Buy-Side Technology, FOW, The Technical Analyst, and Chicago magazines as well as the Illinois Information Technology Association (ITA).