Credit Agricole

Fixed-Income Liquidity: An Alternative FIX

Numerous market participants have responded to the problem of shallow liquidity in fixed-income markets with the launch of new trading platforms, but without any tangible success.

Crédit Agricole Deploys Solace Appliances for Low-Latency Data

Crédit Agricole's Corporate and Investment Bank is rolling out data routing appliances from hardware-based messaging technology vendor Solace Systems to provide a low-latency data distribution backbone for its foreign exchange, rates and bonds trading…

Doing More With Less

At this year's European Trading Architecture Summit (ETAS), sell-side CIOs discussed the need to cut costs and establish new ways of delivering IT support to their clients. Anthony wonders whether buy-siders should be concerned.

ETAS 2013: The Benefits of Going Commando

According to Pierre Dulon, CIO of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, his organization needs to “transform” the way it delivers IT to the business, by reducing its operating costs, and crucially, establishing small, discrete commando-style…

ETAS 2013: To Meet Challenges, IT Needs "Commando" Units

In his keynote address at the 2013 European Trading Architecture Summit (ETAS), Pierre Dulon, CIO at Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CA CIB) said that in order to address the challenges of the new banking environment, IT as a function…

SEFs at the Starting Gate, Technologists Prep for Challenges

On May 16 this year, US regulators finalized long-awaited rules that govern various aspects of how swap execution facilities will operate. Several years after the draft rules were first announced, attention now turns to the technology challenges…

MTS Signs Crédit Agricole for Credit Platform

MTS Credit has announced that Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CA CIB) has become the first prime bank to sign on to its platform for the electronic trading of non-government bonds.

Regulation Webcast: Risk and Reward

Questions of extraterritoriality, market surveillance and the role of technology when it comes to dealing with new regulation, took precedence during a recent Waters webcast on the topic, along with elements of risk introduced by the sheer number of new…

The ‘Culture Shock’ of Modernizing Data Infrastructures

Delivering the business capabilities that financial firms aspire to over the coming years will require an overhaul of market data infrastructures from a technology perspective to ensure free and open access to data for everyone that needs it, as well as…

Navigating Regulatory Reform After The Financial Crisis Webcast

Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on March 27, 2013 to discuss the operational and technology challenges facing firms in light of the largest regulatory overhaul in recent memory, which is radically changing the way in which global…

Modernizing Data Infrastructure webcast

Inside Market Data gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on March 21, 2013 to discuss how firms are looking to modernize their data infrastructures to drive business growth in a timely and cost-effective way.

The UX Factor: Visual Design Meets Finance

Financial applications once eschewed Marshall McLuhan’s famous argument—that the “medium is the massage”—by prioritizing function and cost over the beauty of the interface. No longer, experts say. Tim Bourgaize Murray reports on a design revolution that…

HSBC's Childe: Back-Testing Key to Mitigate Algo Failures

Panelists at the European Trading Architecture Summit (ETAS) yesterday discussed how to mitigate algorithmic trading errors that can cause catastrophic losses, saying that thorough back-testing is crucial to performance stability.

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