Risk technology rankings 2012

Technology firms are trying to help their clients adapt to a world in which new regulations and low trading volumes are putting bank business models under huge pressure. How well are they doing? Clive Davidson shares the results of this year’s technology rankings

Michael Zerbs

Trading and risk management is essentially about anticipating the future – making the right calls in terms of where the market is going, and being prepared in case it veers off course. But banks and other financial institutions are currently focusing on the here-and-now of compliance, pinned back by a welter of new regulation.

These competing concerns came across loud and clear in Risk’s technology rankings for 2012, with vendors striving to help their clients achieve the short-term goal of

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