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 Financial Engineering 

When designing a bridge, the civil engineer works within physical and budgetary constraints: Will the bridge support 50 trucks at once? Will it withstand extreme winds? Will it survive an earthquake? How much will it cost? In designing a security or risk-management strategy, the financial engineer also works within physical and budgetary constraints: Will this project deliver the desired result even if the market moves suddenly or severely? How will it withstand a financial earthquake, such as payment defaults? How will it perform under current and future tax and accounting rules?

Using bespoke valuation and modeling tools, financial engineering by Seeds aims to optimize your company's success in all financial weathers.

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 Four Main Steps 

1. 'Following the risk' through the process of identifying the sources of risk

2. Evaluating the strategic advantage of bearing risk

3. Creating financial instruments to transfer risk

4. Use financial markets to value and shed risk


Some Highlights of Financial Engineering

1. Increased Profits

Our engineers design simulation models to analyse and forecast future market behavior based on past market data and research. These predictions are then used to justify the financial risk for a proposed investment which can be very profitable for business.

2. A Competitive Edge

By being constantly aware of the market with the assistance of engineers, your company will have a strong competitive advantage by always knowing beforehand when and where to react.

3. A New World of Opportunity

Financial tools help identify areas of investment for which regular market outlook alone cannot.

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