CLOSING DATE AND TIME: SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 @ 5.00 PM WASHINGTON, DC TIME
The World Bank (“WB”) is replacing its valuation platform for bonds and derivatives in the capital markets line of business to Numerix Oneview. The Valuation & Analytics team of the WB seeks to augment internal resources to assist the WB team in model and curve construction verification. The areas in scope for verification are trade terms set-up, payoff verification, model testing and documentation, sensitivity analysis, curve construction of underlying curves compilation and presentation of results.
In this (second) phase, 7 deal types (Deal IDs) will be migrated and curve construction in 34 currencies will be undertaken. As the trades under scope are all vanilla in nature the models used to price them would be deterministic in nature and model testing would largely relate to curve construction of the underlying interest rate curves. Additionally, CVA, DVA and FVA (jointly XVA) on the migrated portfolio of trades will be calculated and needs to be verified.
The services are required at the WB’s office in Singapore.
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