We help financial companies speak the same language.

Read by human. Processed by computers.

Our Story

The financial industry did not have access to any sort of standard for describing financial contract payoffs.

LexiFi’s objective was clear: to bring to the market a standard for describing financial payoffs – one that can be read by human beings and processed by computers, to serve both financial institutions and financial technology companies.

We established a domain-specific computer language that allowed us to describe financial products in a generic way. This language can be considered as a “DNA string” for derivatives. – we use it to describe all products and support all business processes!

For a historical perspective, you may read the academic paper co-written by LexiFi's CEO Jean-Marc Eber, who suggested the first formalized algebra for describing rigorously financial contract payoffs.

Our mission

Enabling market participants to comfortably navigate through the derivatives and structured product markets.

LexiFi's proprietary technology allows for a full immediate treatment of all derivatives and the design of fast, flexible and user-friendly tools. Our uniform approach for describing financial contracts places the capital markets industry in a better position to manage the diversity of financial products.

20

YEARS TRACK RECORD

30%

REVENUE INVESTED IN R&D

40

CLIENTS WORLDWIDE

STRUCTURED PRODUCT TYPES

Our clients.

ABN AMRO
AG insurance
Banque et Caisse d'Épargne de l'État Luxembourg
Banque de Luxembuorg
Banque Internationale à Luxembourg
Barclays
Bethmann Bank
Bloomberg
CM-CIC Marchés
Crédit Mutuel ARKEA
Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management
Edmond de Rothschild
FACT
FEDERAL FINANCE GESTION
Financiere de l'arc
GARANTUM
HPC Investment Partners
HSBC
Invest AM
Jane Street
Kepler Cheuvreux
Lombard Odier
Luma
Marigny Capital
NATIXIS Assurances
NATIXIS Investment Managers
NATIXIS Wealth Management
Neuflize OBC
Ostrum Asset Management
Banque Pictet Cie SA
KBL European Private Bankers
Sberbank CIB
Schelcher Prince Gestion
SimCorp
TFS Structured Products
Tradition