Key
Features
1
Unlimited Product Coverage
With the application of the generic payoff condition, template, and description language, the FDK generates computations for any complex financial structure.
4
Interface Flexibility
The FDK supports the API of multiple programming languages such as C, C++, C#, Java, etc. and is compatible with the interface of Linux, Unix, Windows and other proprietary or third party systems.
2
Transparency and Easy Access
The FDK allows the user to access and examine the stages of the valuation process and pricing engine through the online platform. Clients are able to retrieve all pricing inputs including modeling assumptions, calibrated model parameters, product cash flow conditions and market data, at any time.
5
Independent Valuation Consulting Service
FN Pricing Inc. (invested by ITS Company) is one of the four valuation service firms licensed by the Korean Financial Supervisory Service, providing evaluation services for hundreds of financial institutions. And for clients, the expertise of engineers and Quants providing reviews, analyses, design and modification support are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
3
Extensive Quantitative Pricing Library
The FDK is the most optimized pricing engine to date; its predefined engine call messages handle the introduction of new structured products without the need for additional development work on the engine. It also contains a comprehensive library of models as well as calibration and numerical methods.
6
Centralized Pricing Engine Platform
The FDK runs on the Symphony G2 grid platform in which the user or third party pricing engine can be plugged. The user is able to streamline company processes as the FDK handles all front to back office tasks.



Bonds
Money Market
IR Derivatives &
Structured Products
  • Black Model
  • Forecast Method Model (Deterministic)
  • Black-Derman-Toy Model
  • One Factor Hull-White Model
  • Two Factor Hull-White Model
  • Hull-White model with time dependent coefficients
  • Calibration with cap vol.
  • Calibration with swaption vol.
  • TPS(Thin Plate Spline) smoothing method
  • Tree/Pyramid Method
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Longstaff-Schwartz Method
FX Derivatives
  • Black Model
  • Garman-Kohlhagen Model
  • Rubinstein’s Lognormal Model
  • Deterministic Model
  • Dupire Local Stochastic Volatility Model
  • Heston Stochastic Volatility Model with time dependent coefficients
  • Analytic Method
  • Finite Difference Method
  • Tree Method
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Quadrature Method
Equity Derivatives
Commodity Derivatives
  • Black Model
  • Black-Scholes Model
  • Rubinstein’s Lognormal Model
  • Dupire Local Stochastic Volatility Model
  • Heston Stochastic Volatility Model with time dependent coefficients
  • SABR Model
  • Quanto Equity Model
  • Discrete Dividend/Continuous Dividend
  • Longstaff-Schwartz Method
  • Analytic Method
  • Binomial Tree
  • Finite Difference Method
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Local Volatility Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Quadrature Method
Credit Derivatives
  • Gaussian Student-T Copula Model
  • Multi-Factor Gaussian Copula Model
  • Multi-Factor Model
  • Multi-period Simulation (Hull-White) Model
  • Cox-Ingersoll-Ross Model
  • Quadrature Method
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Tree Method