Delivering Real-Time Analytics for Proactive Capital Markets Risk Management

A session at Delivering Real-Time Analytics for Proactive Capital Markets Risk Management

  • Greg MacSweeney
  • Philip Lawton
  • Sean Lee
  • Matt Meinel

Thursday 26th January, 2012

9:00am to 10:00am

Newer regulations that require executives to know what assets and risks a firm has at any point during the day are requiring traders, portfolio and risk managers to analyze data as soon as it becomes available. No longer are financial professionals able to look at end-of-day reporting to determine the financial position of a firm. Today, firms are trying to use real-time tools to analyze data as soon as possible. However, the sheer volume and complexity of data makes effectively analyzing data very difficult.

In this Wall Street & Technology Editorial Webcast, learn how newer tools and systems are allowing capital markets firms to improve financial results, while meeting compliance mandates. During this 60-minute presentation, you will hear from the Aite Group, Informatica, and EMC about the latest trends and technology that financial firms are deploying in their quest to improve real-time financial analytics.

This webcast will cover:

• Real-world financial analytic challenges
• Tools and solutions to meet compliance demands
• Analytic strategies to improve financial/trading performance

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Greg MacSweeney

Editorial Director, Wall Street & Technology

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Philip Lawton

Senior Analyst, Aite Group

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Sean Lee

EMC Solutions Group - Financial Services, EMC

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Matt Meinel

VP Market Development Informatica Ultra Messaging

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Time 9:00am10:00am PST

Date Thu 26th January 2012

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