Deriscope - the world's first free bonds and derivatives calculator
Welcome to Deriscope, the world’s first free bonds and derivatives calculator that is imbedded in Excel and operated through an integrated, intuitive wizard.
What are the benefits?
With Deriscope you can comprehend the behaviour of complex derivatives even if you are not an expert in the field.
Not only you can calculate instantly the price of any instrument, but also use the wizard to understand the exact meaning of the various pricing ingredients and quantify the several market and model sensitivities.
Deriscope’s plethora of alternative pricing models make it ideal as a quick benchmark comparison tool, even if you have your own pricing software.
Who may benefit from this product?
Risk quantitative analysts, portfolio quantitative analysts, model validators, quantitative developers, quants, traders, sales.
- Use the wizard to choose from hundreds of financial products and pricing models and automatically generate all necessary spreadsheet formulas.
- Click on any cell to get instant context-based information on the exact definition of inputs and outputs.
- Trust the robust and reliable analytics powered by the well-respected QuantLib analytics library.
- Access seamlessly live feeds and historical data from various real time data providers.
- Enjoy prompt support on any questions or customization requests you might have.
- 100% safe and private. The pricing functions need no internet connection.
When you sign up to the course, you will get the installation guidelines and will be able to download the latest version of this product.
Ioannis Rigopoulos holds an M.S in Theoretical Physics of Elementary Particles from Brown University and an M.B.A. from Stern School of Business at New York University.
His professional career in front office trading and risk management spans a 16-year period from 1993 to 2009. After a brief exposure as Options & Futures portfolio manager with Republic National Bank of New York in New York and as analyst and Options trader with the Equity Derivatives Department of Lehman Brothers in Frankfurt, Mr Rigopoulos moved to his eventual long career role as Quantitative Analyst for Exotics Trading in all asset classes.
In that capacity he worked for Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, New York and London from 1996 to 1999 holding the title of Vice President. Then he moved to Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in London until 2006 and finally to UBS, also in London, until 2009, where he was Director and global head of a 13-member-strong Model Validation team.