Profile of Greg MacSweeneyEditorial Director
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Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in April 2013
Many banks no longer want to run, support and maintain technology and prefer the speed and flexibility of cloud solutions.
Institutional traders see some value in fixed income electronic trading, but a lack of a regulatory push and the desire to maintain existing business models is causing inertia in the move to electronic trading methods.
American Century names former BlackRock/BGI exec Vinod Chandrashekaran as head of quantitative research.
Joseph Cangemi, who is a member of SIFMA's Equity Markets and Trading Committee, will head ConvergEx Limited in London.
London-based investment management firm selects TradingScreen’s buy side front-office solution including EMS, OMS and risk functionality.
Two separate studies of FinQloud's record keeping and record retrieval solution say the technology will meet stringent regulatory demands.
With 50% annual growth rates in data, financial services organizations are struggling to handle the volume. Some firms are turning to flash memory to improve efficiency and lower costs.
Former SAP and Allianz executive named as group CIO of UBS.
More service providers are offering cloud solutions tailored for financial firms, as costs drop and regulatory concerns are addressed.
Misys is the latest technology provider to offer improved functionality for commercial lending institutions.