FinBoard and OpFunds are the result of 16 years of experience, design and prototyping of custom applications for clients, developments of reporting and visual tools, and a full library of pricing formulas and risk measures. Whilst OpFunds is an operational system supposed to be implemented in an environment where there is currently no main repository system, FinBoard is a supplementary application layer that pools data from existing systems.


An operational system primarily designed for funds of hedge funds (a) referencing and monitoring supplying companies, their funds and their series, (b) storing all transactions made, (c) organizing the currency overlay and all FX derivative transactions, (d) calculating and verifying NAVs, (e) producing liquidity & performance views/dashboards/reports.

FinBoard Banking

A flexible layer application that comes on top of your back- or mid-office system, to complete it with specific calculations, follow-ups, and reports. FinBoard is a financial dashboard that pools all the data from your repository (potentially on different servers in different locations), from your market data system, and form any supplementary sources. From your cockpit of KPIs/KRIs, you can then drill-down through your data from strategies/mandates down to any particular position. Benchmarking to model portfolios, monitoring of collateralised lending (crédits Lombard), strategic wealth management reporting, valuation of specific structured products, regulatory reporting…are at a one-finger click.

FinBoard Treasury

FinBoard’s strength is not just to provide you with tools and techniques. It is about providing you a transparent solution that fits some of your typical daily workflows, combining expertise and productivity. FinBoard Treasury does not derogate to that rule. EMIR UTI matching, CVA/DVA/FVA, monitor your FX hedging policy in real time and generate pre-orders accordingly, value and stress-test any type of derivative instrument in your portfolio, perform custom hedge effectiveness tests, monitor counterparty exposures vs limits on an intraday basis, produce ALM reports including cost of debt, duration and stress tests, … are some topical examples.