The inevitability of rogue trading


A year or so ago, I conducted an interesting interview in London with the head of a business unit from a global financial services technology vendor. He’s been in the industry for about 15 years, mostly selling products and services to both the buy and sell sides, but he also did a stint at a Europe-based tier-one investment bank as head of derivatives before ‘jumping the fence’.

During the interview he warned that as a result of continuing poor market performance and decreasing margins, traders

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