AMSTERDAM--ABN Amro’s top priority for 2002 is to drive down its market data spend while maintaining the same or an even better level of quality service for the business and its customers, says Lars Bruinsma, ABN Amro’s market data manager.
ABN Amro has improved its systems without any new investments, says Bruinsma. "That means budget neutral or lower. All improvements must be paid for out of actual savings."
That strategy makes it easier to propose alternatives to well-established systems.
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