Watch the video above and tell me your thoughts here in the comments section. How would you have answered the questions? What do you think is “the biggest challenge” as we head into 2011?
Monthly Archives:: December 2010
Successful drive into futures and options trading exploits SunGard solutions
Mr Hui Yew Ping, OCBC Securities’ managing director, says it is ready to take advantage of all these opportunities, thanks to its investment in technology and, especially, its partnership with SunGard.
Charles Henry Choel, head of trading and client connectivity at SunGard’s global trading business, explains how decreasing revenues and increasing connectivity costs are forcing brokers to evaluate and change their business models, and describes how technology can facilitate this change.
Author: Tony Scianna, executive vice president, SunGard’s brokerage & clearance business During a recent trip to snowy London, I was fortunate to finally meet Finextra’s Liz Lumley in person. As the multimedia and special projects editor, Liz conducted a brief video interview with me that is now live on the Finextra site. In the video, [...]
The rising tide of global investors means there are new pressures on the Indian markets for adopting global best practices in terms of trading systems and platforms. The Indian market is only now catching up in DMA or algorithmic trading capabilities. Speakers at the SunGard Mumbai City Day said the time was right for change; brokerages have to move to the next level of efficiency and transparency if they have to grow and build on the opportunities now at hand.
The mature economies of the United States, the Eurozone and Japan are responsible for scarcely more than 50% of global GDP. It is the emerging economies which will deliver the world from a double-dip recession. There is much investment focus on China but many other nations also offer opportunities. The three panellists each gave a presentation of the opportunities in the respective emerging markets in which they specialised.