This visualization shows relationships between major equity holdings on American financial market. We can see what each company holds and also who has major stakes in it. In this network one can really see the importance of asset managers, and how they link to the banking sector. The node size corresponds to the stock value and the edge thickness represents the number of held stocks. We have applied a clustering algorithm to show most closely related companies in the same color. The panel on the right allows the user to choose what properties correspond to node and edges sizes. It also has filters that can be applied in order to show only the most important network elements.
The FNA Platform can tap to time series data and identify correlation clusters and outliers for early warning. This use case about the US Housing Bubble and Crisis was featured in Wall Street Journal article 'New Tools Give Better Picture, Literally, of Financial-System Risk'.