CLOSING DATE AND TIME: MARCH 12, 2021 @ 5.00 PM EST
IFC is seeking the procurement of a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) risk system for the Treasury Liquidity Management Portfolio (LAM.) The new solution would not only supply analytic capabilities, but independently source key real time market data as well, to be able to monitor intra-day risk. Key technical requirements include but are not limited to the following items.
• A mechanism for IFC to upload positions and retrieve calculation results and reports. Trade types will include swaps, including cross-currency swaps, FX forwards, bonds including asset back securities (ABS) and mortgage backed securities(MBS), interest rate futures and swaptions all in many possible currencies.
• Risk measures such as: market risk sensitivities for bonds and derivatives, including FX-basis, interest rate basis, and credit spread sensitivities; Monte Carlo (MC) and historical value at risk (VaR); marginal VaR; expected shortfall; stress testing; and, an implementation of the standardized Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FTRB) method.
The solicitation may be obtained by sending an email to the designated Category Manager, referencing the following information:
1. WBG RFP 21-0116
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3. Contact Person Name and Title
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7. Contact's Email Address
A copy of the solicitation will be sent to organizations that have replied to and are eligible to receive this advertisement. All requests and questions regarding this solicitation shall be directed to the following designated Corporate Procurement Category Manager(s):
Claudiu Danciu at email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
The WBG reserves the right to publicly disclose contract award information, including but not limited to, name of company receiving the award, brief description of services, and contract award amount, for any contract award valued over US$250,000. Offeror's proposal and contractual documents will remain confidential and therefore not subject to disclosure.
The World Bank reserves the right to reject any or all responses without recourse.