CEP comes of age (Part Two): The need for real time in Risk Management Webcast

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Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on June 13, 2013, the final in a series of two, to discuss the changing role and continued adoption of complex event processing (CEP) as the engine at the heart of the drive to real time across the enterprise.

CLICK HERE to listen to the archived webcast

In part 1 of this 2 part series we saw how CEP has come of age and the need for real time at the heart of the enterprise has never been greater thanks to the demands of fast moving big data and the need for agility in IT platforms to deliver faster time to market and reduced costs. In part 2 of this series we look at a specific example of that trend and explore the use of CEP in risk management both as a pre-trade risk control and as a post-trade aggregator of risk measures to bring the world of T+1 reporting into the now. In this webinar we will examine:

-- The use of CEP for pre-trade risk checks in automated trading flows and what will be the effect on latency?
-- What can CEP offer with respect to kill switches in automated trade flow?
-- The use of CEP in providing an aggregate view of key risk indicators from across multiple business lines?
-- What does the overall architecture for nearer-real-time risk look like and what part does CEP play?

Speakers:
* Rebecca Healey, Senior Analyst, TABB GROUP
* Zak Martin, Head of Risk Technology & Change, Markets & International Banking, RBS
* Theo Hildyard, Product Manager, Capital Markets, PROGRESS SOFTWARE
* Moderator: Anthony Malakian, US Editor, WATERSTECHNOLOGY

CLICK HERE to listen to the archived webcast

To listen to part 1 of this webcast series click here

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