Calypso survey reveals tech shortfall for credit derivatives

NEWS ANALYSIS | RESEARCH | STUDY SHOWS TECH DEFICIENCY IN STRUCTURED PRODUCTS AREA

SAN FRANCISCO -- According to a recent study carried out by Calypso Technology entitled Calypso Risk Survey, a substantial number of institutions trading credit derivatives believe their current technology underpinning this aspect of their operation will be unable to cope with the anticipated growth in trading volumes over the next five years. This is especially the case in the credit default swaps (CDS) market, where, according to officials at Credit magazine, demand is likely to continue

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