Boston-based FinMason announced on Wednesday that it is rolling out a new set of fixed-income analytics.

The new set of analytics, dubbed as phase one, will cover all publicly traded sovereign, corporate and supranational fixed-income securities worldwide, according to a company announcement.

Through FinMason’s offering, wealthtech platforms will be able to provide users access to 30 different analytics across these fixed-income sectors, encompassing more than 500,000 bonds from 130 countries and in 119 distinct currencies. The analytics range from basic measures like accrued interest, yield to maturity and modified duration, as well as more sophisticated metrics like options-adjusted spread, effective and key rate durations.

FinMason’s investment analytics, delivered via its APIs, are employed across the retail wealth management and asset management industries.

"Personally, I'm most excited by the applications in the retail wealth space. Given how inaccessible robust fixed income analytics have been, many retail wealth platforms have had to improvise and settle for less accurate methods of analyzing their fixed income investments," said Kendrick Wakeman, CEO of FinMason, in comments released on Monday. "This product allows them to quickly, easily, and affordably incorporate real fixed income analytics into their platforms to give their clients a true picture of their portfolios."