The SEC’s proposed Regulation SCI is intended to protect market technology from outages and technical glitches. But industry commentators contend the rule doesn’t include all market participants and underestimates the implementation costs. Here are five areas that market participants would like to change.
Customer demand is fueling changes in delivery of statements from financial institutions. Business intelligence (BI) technology can help banks seize the high ground in this new era of "consumerization" within personal finance.
As electronic trading in OTC derivatives takes place on swap execution facilities, market participants will increasingly rely on technologies like smart order routing, algorithmic trading, market making order management, and DMA, writes SunGard Front Arena's Tim Dodd.
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