Open Platform: Asia-Pacific’s Next Big Player

Neil McGovern, director of product marketing for financial services, Sybase

Increased competition in other regional markets, an influx of investment from global markets and political support from China’s capital could see Shanghai establish itself as a major financial hub in Asia-Pacific, possibly even leapfrogging more established market centers in the region, which will drive new trading practices and demand for high-frequency technologies and data, says Neil McGovern, director of product marketing for financial services at Sybase

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