Research for Bank Products

Our high-quality research generates superior qualitative ideas for bank products

The banking community is under greater pressure than ever before; not only to comply with increased regulatory constraints, but also to ensure that, despite them, it continues to deliver competitive products that satisfy the demands of corporate and private clients.

Bank products derive intrinsic value from key variables

Bank products derive their intrinsic value from key variables

Banks produce a variety of high-yield products in order to offer their clients an alternative to cash deposits. The majority of these products derive intrinsic value from key variables, such as: Tenor – Strike Level – Direction – Timing

Banks leverage Quantlogic’s research to determine key variables

Banks leverage our research to accurately determine any number and / or combination of key variables

The task of producing key variables for bank products is, traditionally, the domain of quantitative and technical analysts. However, despite the expertise of these highly-skilled resources, their ability to consistently produce accurate, time-critical variables for hundreds (or thousands) financial instruments, on a daily (and / or intraday) basis, is challenging at the best of times; and worryingly, when these scarce resources leave the bank, continuity can be disrupted for extended periods.

Now there is a way to address these vulnerabilities while raising standards and reducing costs. Since 2007, Quantlogic has developed the world’s largest independent database of quantitative research and technical analysis of global financial markets. This multi-million dollar resource is being leveraged by banks and other financial institutions to forecast any number and / or combination of variables more accurately, in a timely fashion, and at only a fraction the cost.

The depth and breadth of Quantlogic’s research provides high-quality ideas

Unprecedented depth and breadth of research provides a choice of high-quality ideas

Quantlogic works closely with banking clients to match their needs with its high-quality research, and in so doing has built a strong reputation in the area of Support and Resistance, which can be very useful for setting Strike Levels for bank products. Quantlogic’s multifaceted and complimentary disciplines are an attractive match for banks, and ensure the ongoing daily provision of key research services to its clients’ Global Markets, Private Banking, Wealth Management, and Retail teams.

The depth and breadth of Quantlogic’s research provides its clients with an unprecedented choice of high-quality ideas, allowing banks to determine which ones best suit the interest of the client and the bank. While the scope of Quantlogic’s product research services extend to cover global markets, clients have mainly focused on popular products in the Asia/Pacific region:

DCI / DCD (Dual Currency Instrument / Deposit)

ELN / ELI (Equity Linked Note / Instrument)

For TURBO and ETF products requiring the same (or fewer) Tenor, Strike Levels, Direction, and Timing variables, Quantlogic’s global market coverage provides equally accurate and timely research, with the same cost savings.

A range of research services for bank products

Banks leverage our research to accurately determine any number and / or combination of key variables

DCI / DCD Daily Reports – with or without short / medium-term view*
ELN / ELI Daily Reports – with long-term fundamental house view of the bank
Other Product Research Services – e.g. TURBO (a derivative investment product that tracks an underlying in a linear manner) and / or ETF (Exchange-traded Fund)
Key Markets Report – a daily technical view of key markets (can be tailor-made)
Tailor-made Reports – for banks to distribute to their clients.
Short / Medium-term view – on a daily basis
Question & Answer Service – ask Quantlogic about anything to do with chart patterns, price movement, technical indicators, etc.

* To avoid confusing the bank’s sales team, Quantlogic can either provide reports that incorporate its own short / medium-term view, or use the banks’ house view.