May, 22 2007
Improved trading and risk management capabilities in new FENICS FX Tue, 22 May 2007 18:11:09

New version focus on exotic and emerging market FX options

NEW YORK, May 22, 2007 – GFI Group Inc. (GFIG on NASDAQ) has released a new version of FENICS FX, its award-winning pricing and risk management software. FENICS 10.5 includes improved handling of emerging market and exotic options, volatility node point analysis, trigger risk measures, volatility interpolation features and more structuring capabilities.

“Increased trading in emerging markets and exotics is driving a need for greater automation and risk management at a macro level with powerful drill down to individual trades,” said Matt Woodhams, head of data and analytics at GFI Group “and FENICS FX 10.5 is responding to that need. With 10.5, banks can be quicker to market, making the most of new opportunities as they arise, by automating many of the price discovery, trade processing and lifecycle management processes.”

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About GFI Group Inc.
GFI Group Inc. ( is a leading inter-dealer broker specializing in over-the-counter derivatives products and related securities. GFI Group Inc. provides brokerage services, market data and analytics software products to institutional clients in markets for a range of credit, financial, equity and commodity instruments.

Headquartered in New York, GFI was founded in 1987 and employs more than 1,500 people with additional offices in London, Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney, Englewood (NJ), and Sugar Land (TX). GFI provides services and products to over 2,000 institutional clients, including leading investment and commercial banks, corporations, insurance companies and hedge funds. Its brands include GFI™, Starsupply®, GFInet®, CreditMatch®, FENICS® and Amerex®.

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GFI Group Inc.
Alan Bright
Public Relations Manager