Banks Look to Virtual Data Warehouses to Unify Trading Desks

As emerging technologies and greater computing power have brought about new analytical tools and capabilities, adding a virtual layer could help take the burden off the traditional data warehouse.

Deutsche Bank has been looking for an efficient way to pull trading data across its fixed income, credit, and foreign exchange (FX) desks, which traditionally, and like in many other organizations, sit in different databases. In the words of two DB executives, bringing that data together proved to be “much more than a technical challenge.”

Trading in different asset classes requires a certain level of specialization, which brought about the challenge of heterogeneous data entities, databases

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