Three-quarters of the IT staff at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson (DKB) might be outsourced, says Al-Noor Ramji, the London-based head of IT at DKB since last December. The farming out of the IT staff is the latest move in a radical overhaul of IT intended to help make DKB a first division player. In another move indirectly related to the overhaul, DKB has just completed building a new 100 position derivatives and futures trading floor in London, with the last batch of traders commencing operations on

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