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Optimize – uncovering profit for clients

Liquid Claims takes a unique and comprehensive approach as we securely analyze historic trade data to safeguard eligibility and maximize both the number and size of claims that our clients entrust us to file.  Often times there are complex variables in the eligibility matching process that our Platform, LC-Quant v 2.1, uncovers.  For instance, CUSIP changes, Plan of Allocation (POA) interpretations, corporate actions, and mixed transaction codes are algorithmically analyzed to ensure that we have certainty in all claims filed on behalf of our clients.  After a LC Match Report is generated, Liquid Claims analyzes all trade data with our LC-Quant v 2.1 platform, generating profit and loss reports as well as recognized loss reports.  This perpetual analysis and work-flow is all done out of our SAS 70 Type II Network Operations Center (NOC) to ensure a superior level of confidentiality and security for our clients.

This approach is unique in the industry, and works very well for our clients.  Computer technology gives us the ability to do this on an automated basis.  Previously it would simply not have been possible.  While the idea is simple, implementation requires complex, compliant computing needs – which is where Liquid Claims excels.  Liquid Claims has built a business based on serving client needs with a high-tech edge, such as seen in our “Optimize” service.

Liquid Claims is in the business of uncovering potential profits by use of algorithm.  This can be a powerful addition to your existing offering – especially because it won’t cost you anything up front.  Liquid Claims is paid on a percentage basis, similar to that of a performance fee for a fund.  So there’s no reason not to try services such as “Optimize” today.

Optimization is a simple mathematical process that involves finding the maximum or minimum (depending on the optimization operation).  This can be illustrated well in the following Paraboloid:


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