Last updated: 19:38 / Monday, 25 November 2013
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Calypso Technology Expands Offices in Santiago, Chile

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Calypso Technology Expands Offices in Santiago, Chile

Calypso Technology has expanded their offices in Santiago, Chile. This expansion is in response to a rapidly growing client base and increasing opportunities in the Latin American markets.  

The office serves as a professional services hub as well as a sales and marketing base for the region. The territory had previously been managed from Calypso’s New York office, but with recent sales momentum and growth of Calypso’s local and regional client portfolio, including COMDER, Banco Penta, Banco de Crédito del Perú, Banco Crédito e Inversiones en Chile, a local presence was required.

Working with exchanges and banks in the Latin American markets, Calypso provides a cross-asset front-to-back office platform that meets the trading and operational needs of a region that is modernizing and consolidating its capital markets infrastructure. Calypso provides OTC derivatives clearing and processing infrastructure to the world’s top clearing houses, including COMDER, CME, Eurex, BM&FBovespa, TSE, SGX, HKEX and ASX.

Calypsocustomers in Latin America are among the leading users and dealers of a broad range of asset classes including interest rate derivatives, settlement and non-settlement currencies, money market indexed loans, fixed income instruments, FX products and derivatives hedging.

Carlos Patino, Director of Business Development, Latin America & the Caribbean, comments, “Key to our strategy as a global leader has been to identify, understand and implement solutions to meet the challenges faced by local financial institutions particular to their markets. We see great demand for our cross-asset capabilities from banks in the region who are looking to increase market share – both locally and globally, as foreign investors continue to focus on the region. These currents are also being driven by a need to comply with multiple regulatory regimes, while moving quickly to capitalize on current opportunities. We look forward to playing a critical role in evolution of the regional markets and supporting institutions as they grow.”

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