The rise of Complex Event Processing in Capital Markets

Date: 13th Feb 2013

Venue: Hotel Hessischer Hof, Frankfurt

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At the heart of the debate will be Event processing in Capital Markets. Regulatory and compliance requirements are demanding a fundamental re-examination of existing front, middle and back-office systems to provide increased visibility and control. Recent events like Knight Capital Group's loss of $440 million in a 45 minute burst of electronic activity because of a flawed automated trading system have only added more urgency, with reports suggesting firms are spending up to 50% of their technology budgets in bolstering risk, compliance and trading systems to protect themselves from similar failures. At the same time shrinking technology budgets mean that IT executives in Capital Markets firms are being challenged to do more with less, and do it quicker!

Join CBR's Jason Stamper and Progress Software's VP of Capital Markets, Dr. Richard Bentley, to discuss the role of CEP technology in today's Capital Markets industry.

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