Risk in progress

If buy-side firms' realisation that their risk management processes can no longer be confined to reactive middle- and back-office functions has not yet reached critical mass, it will any day now - at least for those managers willing to accept the harsh lessons of the credit crisis. Following major advancements in automation and speed of trading technologies in recent years, the need for comparably advanced risk capabilities tied more closely to execution has made itself painfully known across

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