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Data Management Fuels Front/Middle Office Convergence

August 1, 2011 No Comments

Unprecedented change is pushing the front and middle offices closer together. Sybase’s Sinan Baskan examines the new rules of the road.

The new trading systems (which continue to evolve daily) are coalescing into a model that compresses the front and middle offices as never before.

Like many of the sea changes happening on Wall Street, the consolidation of the front and middle office stems from the 2008 financial crisis and the tremendous technological advances (ie, unprecedented speed) occurring inside Wall Street trading engines. The result is significant time compression along each and every point of the trading cycle, from pre-trade through execution.

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