A Shot in the Arm for Derivatives Software

Leib, Barclay T.
October 2001
Financial Executive;Oct2001, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p59
Academic Journal
The article presents report that Gregory Whiten, a retired Microsoft executive, has financed $32 million to derivatives and modeling firm NumeriX Ltd. NumeriX has been known for their sophisticated modeling software for years and employs some of the most talented software engineers in the industry. Their latest project is focused on eliminating the inefficiencies in the derivatives market.


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