By Chris Lees – Vice President, SunGard’s Global Trading Business I saw this article in Securities Industry News on the Ten Trading Technology trends for 2010 and while I was interviewed for the article, I would like use this blog post to expand on some of the topics discussed. When thinking about technology trends, most [...]
Monthly Archives:: December 2009
These discussions often look at only one what-if scenario: what if these firms were about to go out of business? Would they take other organizations down with them? Would the effects significantly disrupt the markets throughout the country and around the world?
We also need to look at the situation before the business gets to that point. That leads to another important question that my colleague Tony Scianna and I have been thinking about: Can an organization become “too big to manage the risk”?
Today via Twitter, I conducted a live interview with TowerGroup Research Director Stephen Bruel about key issues in the derivatives space. In case you missed the “twitterview,” I’ve posted the Q&A for you here.
Two trends will continue develop in South East Asia in 2010: more cross-asset and more cross-border trading. Watch Hui Yew Ping, managing director of OCBC Securities -one of the largest stock broking firms in Singapore- describe the trends impacting South East Asia, the company’s focus and its experience working with SunGard Global Trading.
BRIC and emerging marketplaces have suffered from the financial crisis; but there are now signs once again that they offer real opportunities
He believes this will involve providing transparency around assets, liabilities, collateral, liquidity, etc. (rather than position transparency) and says this information should already be available from existing enterprise risk management systems. Is it?