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Fast Analytics Made Easy

Xcelerit is a leading provider of software solutions for Quantitative Finance. Our mission is to accelerate compute-intensive analytics while improving user productivity.

Xcelerit extensive experience enables the firm to deliver a full solution from expert consultancy, training, and bespoke products. Our distinct competitive advantage derives from our unique combination of domain specialist knowledge and high-performance software expertise. This allows us to forge the most efficient solutions to better address our clients’ computational challenges.

Xcelerit is the maker of the award-winning toolkit that allows non-expert parallel programmers to unlock the performance of high performance processors. Xcelerit has received recognition as a finalist in the Red Herring Europe Top 100 award, the Red Herring Top 100 Global award, and a two-time winner of HPC Wire’s “Best use of High Performance Computing in Financial Services” award. Our satisfied customers include the leading firms in investment banking, asset management, and insurance. We inform and are informed through close partnerships with the world’s leading technology firms, including IBM, Intel, Nvidia, and many others.


Boost software performance


Improve code maintainability


Benefit from highly reliable software

Customers and Partners

Featured Case Study

FRTB-IMA Implementation

A major financial institution turns to Xcelerit for FRTB’s Internal Models approach and achieves a blindingly fast implementation.

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Featured Tutorial

Fast Greeks Made Easy

In this paper we will zoom on Algorithmic Differentiation (AAD) as an efficient and robust alternative to compute sensitivities.

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Featured White Paper

Deep Learning in Quant Finance

Applications of deep learning to quantitative finance (algorithmic trading, risk management, economic impact studies, asset allocation, etc).