How to survive in a crisis in four easy steps

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The still unfolding subprime crisis and liquidity meltdown has brought many shocks and surprises.

This meltdown has meant that some participants could only fund at very high rates and others could get no funding at all, so were unable to meet payment obligations, such as margin calls. Some institutions who thought they had put the risk off balance sheet had to take back the risk through bail-outs. Also many firms (often far removed from the subprime mortgage industry) had to write down assets

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Next-generation technologies and the future of trading

At a webinar in association with capital markets technology provider Numerix, panellists discuss the potential for increased adoption of the public cloud to boost investment performance, its impact on risk management and overcoming barriers to…

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