Dublin fintech has a plan to avert the next major financial crisis
International open source software project will analyse risk
Dublin fintech company Quaternion Risk Management is working with an international team to develop a new way to allow banks to prevent the next financial crisis.
The Irish risk analytics company led by mathematician Donal Gallagher has joined with Columbia University in New York and financial data provider Tullett Prebon Information (TPI) to launch an innovative open source risk project.
London-based TPI is led by Dubliner Frank Desmond, a veteran of information provider Reuters and...
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