Risk 25 firms of the future: Technology


New regulation will force banks to make dramatic changes to their business models, and technology providers are adapting accordingly. Rather than focusing on complex financial engineering, dealers are now more concerned about clearing, liquidity, funding, collateral, documentation and regulatory compliance. This means banks need systems that can provide rapid valuations and real-time risk management – and, crucially, it means storing, sifting through and making sense of huge amounts of data.


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