BGI integrates and follows the sun

ARCHITECTURE AND INFRASTRUCTURE

NEW YORK -- At the Waters 2002 conference last month, London-based Barclays Global Investors (BGI) set out a case study of how it integrated its five global offices and created a global trading book based on shared applications, services and data platforms.

Andrew Meisel, head of applications architecture and strategy atBGI, defines his firm’s global investment platform as a system that supports the entire investment process, inter-related products, a global investment book and multiple

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