Wall Street is facing a myriad of business, regulatory and technology demands that are all competing for IT's time and attention. These demands compete across equities, fixed income, asset management, investment banking, and across the major departments supporting the business, such as risk management, compliance, legal, and human resources.

These demands include responding to major market pressures such as: reducing costs of duplicate business processes due to margin compression and product standardization, growth of high frequency trading, rise of 'dark' liquidity pools, collateral management, capital optimization, continuous new product innovations, and the challenges of generate basis point spreads on near zero interest rates loans and issuances. ... Read full story on Wall Street & Technology

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