The net widens

Grid computing is ubiquitous in investment banking, yet until now the energy trading and risk management space has been slow on the uptake. This looks set to change, reports David Watkins

Surging volumes, volatile prices and increasingly sophisticated, cross-commodity structured trading are just some of the factors driving innovation in energy trading and risk management (ETRM) systems.

As a result, traders and risk managers are demanding faster solutions with which to manage and quantify swiftly changing markets and growing operational risks. As vendors scramble to offer improved real-time functionality and straight through processing (STP) – which enables electronic trading

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