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Beyond relational databases
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Breaking the banks?
Expense makes sense
Making technology cheaper
Shuffling the pack
Neil McGovern and Horace Chow discuss market trends, new regulation and areas of growth in the Asia region
Buyouts and divestments were not the only interesting developments shaking up the delivery of risk management, pricing and analytics, and trading technology in the Asia-Pacific region during the past year. New rules and regulations were also a significant...
Marriages of inconvenience
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The age of change
Asian exchanges have undergone a radical transformation during the past decade as systems were overhauled, new derivatives instruments traded and new ventures formed. Yet perhaps their biggest challenge awaits them. Jill Wong reports
Banks are increasingly aware of the speed and efficiency that is required to process data when creating and dealing in structured products. Calls for transparency and liquidity mean it is vital to choose systems that can cope with the products' complexity....
The trend away from uncleared over-the-counter trading to cleared OTC trading has prompted exchanges to list a greater range of OTC cleared products. But to what extent can the OTC markets ever become completely cleared? Katie Holliday investigates
Grid computing was seen as the answer to resource-intensive risk management tasks, such as derivatives pricing, scenario simulation and stress testing. But some firms are now looking at cloud computing - vast collections of computing and data resources...
Chicago-based trading platform provider Trading Technologies (TT) has made several hires in Asia, following the opening of its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore in July.