New Perspective: Financial Technology Not 'Ahead of The Curve'

Panellist Tom Dalglish, from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, who said that hardware is his primary area of concern on a day-to-day basis.

Panelists at the European Financial Information Summit this week discussed technological concerns facing the financial services industry. While one vendor cited speed-of-light barrier issues as an incoming obstacle for effective operation, one buy-side participant highlighted hardware support as the chief worry for his department. By James Rundle

When it comes to deploying an effective technology infrastructure, it seems that the financial services industry still has issues to overcome

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