Special Report: Technology


Dealers have spent the past year or so investing large sums of money to build out their electronic trading and risk management capabilities. They have done this by hiring a raft of programming specialists to build complex systems and algorithms to optimise and automate the way they do business.

The rationale for building these new systems is to offer powerful new functionalities to clients. This includes institutional clients being able to trade anonymously and select the best timing and prices

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