November 13, 2006 Issue Abstract
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Focus on Data Latency: Event Stream Processing Solutions Emerge To Meet Demand for Near-Real-Time Data. Demand for low latency products is become a driving force for technology vendors in the financial services industry as clients increasingly push to operate in “real time,” a mission affected by latency delays at every electronic step.
Industry Alert: Competition Drives Alliances Among Exchanges. As exchange forge strategic alliances – like the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade – with each other at a rapid rate, this de facto consolidation could raise the ferocity of the competition among markets.
Risk Management: Survey Finds Europe Lacking Complete Risk Solution. One of the biggest risk management issues European financial institutions are wrestling with revolves around matching risk control tools with the data they collect or generate, according to a survey by Standard & Poor’s.
Spotlight: Ian Bandeen, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Trading and Quotation System Inc., and Pure Trading.
Portfolio Management: Upstream Integrates Credit Suisse AES Platform. Smaller asset managers need an order management system (OMS) to access advanced execution services are getting a new solution from Upstream Technologies LLC, due to its integration of the Credit Suisse Advanced Execution Services platform.
On The Exchanges: Deutsche Borse and SWX Group Beget a Smart Alex. Deutsche Borse and the SWX Group, which operates the Swiss Exchange, are planning to combine their markets for structured products starting January 1, 2007, creating a new exchange called Alex.
The News Network: AMEX Launches AMEI Market and NYSE Buys AMEX Out of SIAC; ESF, ECSDA Agree on Pre-Settlement Matching Standards; Reuters Distributes Bear Stearns Swaps Pricing Service.
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