Optiver Supports Open Source Scientific Computing through NumFOCUS Corporate Sponsorship
NumFOCUS is pleased to announce that Optiver is now a Corporate Sponsor at the Bronze Level.
“At Optiver we use NumFOCUS sponsored open source projects every day”
“At Optiver we use NumFOCUS sponsored open source projects every day,” said Sam Gibson, IT Team Lead at Optiver. “From traders to researchers and engineers, we make data-driven decisions our top priority.”
Optiver was originally started in Amsterdam, and NumFOCUS has enjoyed Optiver’s support as a sponsor of the PyData Amsterdam conference since the first event in 2016. We are delighted to welcome Optiver as an official NumFOCUS Corporate Sponsor. Optiver understands the importance of sustaining the open source projects that power their business:
“The open and collaborative nature of these projects has changed the face of data science in only a few years,” said Gibson. “Because of this, we’re excited to have the opportunity to ensure that the quality OSS (open source software) that we love is supported into the future for everyone, and we’re proud to sponsor NumFOCUS.”
“We’re excited to have the opportunity to ensure that the quality OSS (open source software) that we love is supported into the future for everyone, and we’re proud to sponsor NumFOCUS.”
Optiver is a market maker that is all about innovation. Technology enables everything we do, and all of the software and infrastructure that is used by our traders is built and managed in-house, including complex trading engines, low-latency market connectivity, modern user interfaces and everything in-between.
Over thirty years ago, Optiver started business as a single trader on the floor of Amsterdam’s European Options Exchange. Today, they are a leading global electronic market maker, focused on pricing, execution and risk management. Optiver provides liquidity to financial markets using their own capital, at their own risk, trading a wide range of products: listed derivatives, cash equities, ETFs, bonds and foreign currencies. Their independence allows them to objectively improve the markets and provide efficiencies for end investors.
About NumFOCUS Corporate Sponsors
NumFOCUS Corporate Sponsors are for-profit companies who drive their business success using our open source projects. Corporate Sponsors invest in the development and sustainability of the open source scientific data stack through their financial support of NumFOCUS. Many sponsors also allocate employee paid time to development work on NumFOCUS open source projects.