Eisenhart: One more crystal ball

With industry predictions for 2007 coming thick and fast as the year winds down, I would be remiss not to throw my editorial hat in the ring.

Among the safer bets for what will happen in terms of front-, middle- and back-office operations next year, I expect buy-side interest in multi-asset trading and execution management systems to continue percolating, while sell-side vendors eager to win over more investment management clients will make these systems more compatible with buy-side firms'

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Waters Wrap: When looking for tech & data jobs, be curious

Senior executives across the industry tell Anthony that while having the right technical skills as a programmer or data specialist is important, the most desired qualities in new hires are curiosity and the ability to ask good questions.

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