OSIS received the FD Gazelle award. We are placed #12 in the category small companies in the region West. We are very proud, thankful to our clients and will carry on!
OSIS is nominated for the FD Gazellen. The FD Gazellen are the fastest growing companies in the Netherlands. Every year het Financieele Dagblad will announce the winners of this prestigious contest. The winners of 2018 will be announced in November. Please find below the criteria for the FD Gazellen. https://fd.nl/ondernemen/1251789/criteria-fd-gazellen-2018
OSIS will participate in one of the panel discussions at the SCI’s 4th Annual Capital Relief Trades Seminar. We are happy to be there because this seminar together with the SCI CRT conference in New York is the best seminar where banks and investors in CRT transactions can meet and discuss the latest developments in this field. https://www.structuredcreditinvestor.com/capital-relief-trades-seminar-October-2018/#schedule
On 4 September 2018 we were nominated for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2018. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is an annual election of the fifty fastest growing technology companies in the Netherlands. Thursday, October 11 the final ranking will be festively announced in Amsterdam.
OSIS has developed a statistical model to predict the probability of default (PD) of Dutch SME’s in line with the Basel definition of default. In doing so we overcome the lack of data that small banks and alternative lenders have and allow them to receive recognition from regulators and institutional investors. We hope this model will support small banks and alternative lenders to become a competitive and growing source of financing in the Dutch SME market.s
We determine a fair market value of Dutch Residential mortgages, in accordance with IFRS 13, using loan level data provided by the originators.
IFRS 13 does not specify a detailed approach to use for valuing assets and therefore there is no market standard for the valuation of mortgages. The market value is the price that a knowledgeable and willing seller and buyer would agree in an orderly arm's length transaction at the reference date. IFRS 13 essentially requires that such market participants would follow the aforementioned approach in valuation and use it as a basis to agree on the transaction price.
The Dutch Central Bank (DNB) has published guidance on the fair value determination of Dutch mortgages for prudential purposes. Our valuation method aims to meet both IFRS and prudential requirements. We take into consideration: amortization types, time to interest reset, NHG guarantees, current loan to values and product specific options (caps/floor) including the option of the borrower to prepay without penalty.