Capital Markets Firms Grapple with the Science and Strategy of Mothballing Legacy Systems

“Historically, our sector has seen technology as cost and control, rather than a competitive advantage,” says Stuart Warner, head of technology at Fidelity International. While Warner says that in recent years there has been a gradual mentality shift and that firms are now starting to realize how vital it is for the business to invest in their technology stacks, they are still unable to figure out viable and efficient plans to leverage new technology advancements. 

Their biggest challenge

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