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  • Blog Post: Eliminating the Fog of Markets

    April 2011 marks the 150 th anniversary of the outbreak of the American Civil War, the bloodiest military engagement in U.S. history. Past wars had been fought with muskets and fixed formations. But the technology of war had moved on by the 1860s. Despite this, Civil War officers continued to launch...
  • Blog Post: Real Time Risk Management at the Touch of a Button - the challenge of managing 'big data'

    New regulation, more frequent risk scenarios, faster trade flows and higher volumes are accelerating data velocities. Current risk systems need new architectures to scale. Systems that have previously been able to deliver only in hours and days must now capture, aggregate and report accurate accounts...
  • Blog Post: The Future of .NET and Interoperability in Banking

    We are rapidly moving towards a more open environment when it comes to technology. A question that often comes up is why aren't .NET and Java interoperable? Well in fact they are. For example: Both Java and .NET run on Azure Both Java and. NET run on Windows Java and .NET are interoperable...
  • Blog Post: Taking Control of our Data and our Destiny

    Back in October 1996, Wired Magazine published Thomas Bass's now famous interview with Citibank and Citicorp's former head Walter Wriston, famous for his observation that information about money was almost as important as money itself. That insight led to massive technology investments by the then...
  • Blog Post: Standards & Algo’s: Innovation or Control?

    The SEC is socializing the notion of standards in the world of algorithms. Throttles, brakes, back testing and other coding requirements are all on the table. Will these and likely other requirements stifle the creativity and innovation of a market where secrecy and the ability to react with lightning...
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