Measure, Improve, Evolve.
Enhancing Strategy and Performance
Maximizing Returns from Operational Infrastructure
Planning and Implementing the Right Technology
Engineering Competitiveness Front to Back
Compliance and Operational Risk Reduction
Adapting to Customer Demands and Market Trends



Enhancing Strategy and Performance

Merger-driven Credit Risk Re-Rating Project
Basis Point Group was retained by the third largest bank in the United States to assure a merger driven Credit Risk re-rating project. The project was executed with minimal risk to the bank's credit operations.

Implementing a World-wide Equity Investment Strategy
BPG was retained by the Chief Investment Officer and Chief Technology Officer of one of the top global investment managers to assess the requirements for implementing a world-wide equity investment strategy. This included determining the scope of required business, systems, compliance and operational enhancements needed to support their far-reaching global expansion initiatives.

Operations and Systems Integration Planning
BPG assisted a major European bank by reviewing the business-technology employed by its recently acquired large US investment institution. BPG documented the acquired company's US and European operations, providing senior management with the insights needed to plan integration of all the firm's investment operations and systems.

Project Planning, Organization and Management
BPG provided project planning, organization and management to the investment management subsidiary of a European bank including managing a global trading and compliance infrastructure implementation project, working on-site with a multi-national team in Europe to improve equity, fixed-income, derivative, repo, FX and short term trading operations and controls.

Defining and Implementing Operational Infrastructure
A BPG Partner served as Interim Chief Operating Officer for a start-up quantitative hedge fund, establishing legal agreement, and defining and implementing the administrative and operational infrastructure for the organization, raising start-up capital of $25 Million.