Waters USA 2010: Regulation’s Children

Untangling multiple trade entry and trade management systems, setting up a low-latency infrastructure and building post-trade processing capabilities will be necessary to meet regulatory demands on trading floors, according to industry executives who spoke at the Waters USA 2010 conference in New York last month.

Credit Suisse found that its systems had become overly complex as the result of years of acquiring other firms.

“How many trade management applications do we have and how many are tied

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