Hanweck Introduces Borrow Intensity IndicatorTM

Discussion in 'Options' started by ajacobson, Jan 23, 2018.

  1. ajacobson


    Very very cool !

    Hanweck Introduces Borrow Intensity IndicatorTM
    First product to offer real-time transparency into securities lending rates

    NEW YORK, January 23, 2018 –

    Hanweck, a leading provider of real-time risk analytics on global derivatives markets, today announced the launch of the Hanweck Borrow Intensity IndicatorTM. This new product mines data from the equity options market to derive stock borrow rates and term curves in real time. Hanweck Borrow Intensity Indicators rely upon proprietary calculations that transform real-time implied borrow data into time-series with constant maturity characteristics. Indicator data is available for all securities that have listed options.

    Gerald A. Hanweck Jr., PhD, Founder and CEO of Hanweck, said, “The options market offers rich signal data that is applicable to several asset classes beyond equity options. As we look to leverage our core Hanweck Options Analytics product to create new offerings and alternative data sets, we are excited to introduce the Hanweck Borrow Intensity Indicator, which offers a unique and previously unavailable real time view into market expectations of securities borrow rates.”

    Robert Levy, Head of Business Development for Hanweck, added, “The introduction of the Hanweck Borrow Intensity Indicator is a first for the securities lending market, where data is typically made available on a T+1 basis. By providing real-time information in this somewhat opaque market segment, we have created an actionable trading indicator that will add value for firms that are active in the securities lending space.”

    For more information about the Hanweck Borrow Intensity Indicator, please click here.
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  2. zdreg


    any app that brings transparency to a sector of the market which in many ways is still in the dark ages is a plus.
    of course, wall street brokerage firms like it that way.
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2018
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