Quartet Financial Systems

Quartet FS Readies Historical Analysis, Sentinel Update

In-memory analytics technology provider Quartet FS is preparing to launch a new version of its ActivePivot data aggregation and analytics engine that will enable users to carry out historical data analysis following breaches in performance indicators…

Waters Panel: Big Data Analytics to Get Bigger, Smaller

With Big Data analysis and business intelligence tools becoming more functional and sophisticated, firms can now extract more valuable data from a broader range of data sources in a fraction of the time that it would have taken in the past. As a result,…

Analytics Poised to Lead Future Financial Services Change

While analytics tools are pervasive in retail financial services, their growth in capital markets is being driven by a number of factors. With a range technologies now at the disposal of both buy-side and sell-side firms, how will their use evolve? This…

Analytics: Tools and Technologies -- webcast

WatersTechnology gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on September 30, 2013 to discuss how analytics have become the essential part for investment activities and the various tools available to financial services firms operating in the capital…

Markit-Quartet Alliance to Yield Increased Risk Performance

Markit and Quartet FS, the London-based provider of in-memory analytics technology, have announced an alliance that, according to Markit, will enhance the way its Markit Analytics’ clients visualize stochastic risk calculations such as Risk Weighted…

NATAS Panel: Big Data Governance, Mindset, Needs Work

Jennifer Costley, director of enterprise architecture at Credit Suisse, is critical of existing data governance structures at large financial institutions. Costley, who spoke at this week’s North American Trading Architecture Summit, says they need to…

Open Platform: A Risk-Intelligent Bank?

In a period of heightened regulation resulting from the financial crisis, banks are facing more intense scrutiny than ever. History dictates that regulators will always be behind the curve, taking a reactive approach to risk management. With this in mind…

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