What We Do at Global Financial Engineering
Financial engineering is a multidisciplinary field relating to the creation of new financial instruments and trading strategies. It is the process of employing mathematical models, financial theory and computer programming skills to make pricing, hedging, trading and portfolio management decisions. Financial engineering aims to precisely control the financial risk that a strategy or a financial product takes on.
Financial engineering can be applied to many different asset classes including equity, fixed income (including bonds), commodities such as oil or gold, as well as derivatives, swaps, futures, forwards, options, and instruments with embedded options.
We use computational and mathematical finance knowledge to determine the potential and risks of a financial investment instruments within our various Proprietary Funds.
Global Automated Quantitative Trading Strategies
Global Financial Engineering engaged in the development of high frequency Automated Quantitative Trading Software for equities, futures, commodities, fixed income and derivatives.Read More
Applications of Graph Theory In Financial Engineering
At Global Financial Engineering, we explore the most efficient ways to maximize the possible return on equities while at the same time reducing exposure to the inherit volatility of the market.
In order to achieve effective diversification, we need to find asset classes with return correlations that are either small or negative, indicating that their returns either don’t track each other at all or move in opposite directions.