Multi-asset class trading systems...still a pipe dream?

After years of development and significant investment by vendors and their clients, there is still no single solution that meets the multi-asset class requirements of the majority of investment managers. Even those systems that could lay claim to such a position are not agile enough to handle the exotic asset classes currently traded by the specialist houses. Both IT and operations are creaking at the seams attempting to support the new wave of asset classes being traded; IT strategy reviews are

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