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January 5, 2007  |   Volume VII, Issue I
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Tom McMackin
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SOFTWARE & SERVICES EBRIEFING

Financial Institutions


Software & Services eBriefing
REG NMS Pushing Volumes Higher

Many firms are anticipating that Regulation NMS (REG NMS) will result in an increased trading pace and higher volumes. Consequently, firms will require improved capacity, low latency and system infrastructure as the inevitable explosion in market data and massive growth in traffic occurs.

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Rising Derivatives Volumes Are Causing Headaches

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The market for derivatives, particularly credit derivatives has exploded. The buy-side's increased presence in the market has contributed to the unprecedented volume, which combined with a cumbersome settlement process is putting pressure on technology providers and operations departments to find more efficient and less risky ways of processing trades.

Financial Advisers versus Brokers

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New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer has accused UBS in a lawsuit that UBS has defrauded individual investors by placing them in fee-based accounts unsuitable for those investors. Account suitability continues to be a major issue in wealth management as the industry struggles to compete with discount brokerage houses while offering a range of services designed to appeal to various types of investors.
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SS&C Technologies Reports Q2 2015 Results

SS&C plans Evansville, Indiana expansion; adds capacity to support up to 500 employees



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