Findur offers complete transaction lifecycle support for trading, investing, hedging and funding multiple asset classes, including interest rates, credit, currencies, equities and commodities. The solution also includes comprehensive treasury management capabilities.

With front-to-back office straight through processing, OpenLink Findur eliminates much of the manual reconciliation work typically required in operations, and the business gets more timely and accurate information for decision making.

Findur: Key Components

Trade Process Manager

Deploy business process workflows for automation, execution and monitoring


Extensive set of reporting tools for credit risk, market risk and portfolio analysis

Report Builder

Point-and-click for operational and analytical reports

Collateral and Margin Management

Handling of margining, legal agreements, valuations and operations

Document Management System

Document creation and management


Completely integrated and fully automated sub-ledger accounting solution

Back Office and Operations

Including clearing and settlement, reconciliation and confirmation

Open Components

Integrate external applications or proprietary analytics or reports

Treasury Management

Cash management (including SWIFT), funding, risk management and financial management


Value Delivered 

  • One solution from front-to-back office means the business gets more timely and accurate information
  • Cost effective solution for regulatory compliance for new and existing implementations
  • Full risk management solution for limits monitoring, market and credit risk management
  • Better understanding of future risk exposure with our simulation engine
  • Reduce the cost of managing both OTC cleared and bilateral trades
  • Make more effective use of collateral in OTC trading; get a full picture of cash and securities available as collateral across the business
  • High performance technology for real-time positions as transaction volumes grow
  • Measure hedge effectiveness (under IFRS9, IAS39 or FAS 133) and minimize earnings volatility