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19 December 2014

Middle Men: The New Aces in the Derivatives Deck

In the world of derivatives, front-office-systems investment and cost-cutting exercises have almost reached the limits of their usefulness in driving profitability. Now forward-thinking firms are turning their attention to solving the inefficiencies that still exist in post-trade so as to create a competitive edge. ... rest of story...

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