Market Structures

This blog collects thought leadership from SunGard’s market structure experts, looking at how transparency, efficiency and networks are shaping the future of this critical area of financial services. For more of SunGard’s views, see http://blogs.sungard.com/ten/


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10
Nov
2014

Identifying & Measuring Risk in the Corporate Actions Process

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In any industry, manual processes can increase the likelihood for error, and in the financial services industry in particular, relying on manual methods to manage the corporate actions life cycle exposes a firm to what could amount to significant losses. The lack of automation in the process makes for a costly, labor-intensive activity. Human errorread more... read more


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28
Oct
2014

Dig Deeper for Data: Enriching Wealth Management With New Market Insight

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A version of this article was originally published in Wall Street & Technology. With so many sophisticated research tools now at our disposal, wealth managers need new ways to add value for their clients. In a data-rich world, unique sources of information are proving both precious and elusive. How then can today’s data providers help?read more... read more


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22
Oct
2014

Micro Data Challenges in an Era of Macroprudential Regulation

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Author: Ken Rossiter, senior product manager for SunGard’s MarketMap Analytic Platform and analytic consulting services, SunGard’s global trading business A version of this article was published in Wall Street & Technology. The past six years have seen dramatic changes in central banking policy-making with the advent of macroprudential regulation. These new regulations require central banksread more... read more


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13
Oct
2014

Four Factors Driving Enlightenment & Big Data Adoption in Regulatory Compliance

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Author: Ahson Pai, partner, SunGard Consulting Services A version of this article was originally published in Wall Street & Technology. Just as Buddhist monks endure frigid Himalayan conditions in the pursuit of enlightenment, the financial services industry has weathered multiple financial and regulatory storms yet still awaits enlightenment. The emergence of recent disruptive technologies mayread more... read more


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26
Sep
2014

Risk and Reward in Financial Services

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Author: Dan Retzer, senior vice president and chief technology officer, SunGard’s North American securities business and SunGard’s XSP A version of this article originally appeared in Bobsguide. One person’s risk is another person’s reward. A trite phrase, to be sure, though the sentiment is far subtler. Conditional evaluations such as “risk,” or “good” and “bad,” are subjective judgments, which have long been the bane of IT and computing systems. The programs, algorithms, reports and systems that we rely on to help us evaluate risk are all derived from the more objective binary logic that their creators wielded.... read more