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What does a Trade Match look like?
After a match is designed, the user must understand the outcome and what the results represent. In the most basic and traditional sense, a trade is either matched or not matched. Accounts, funds, or valuations are either consistent within the data universe or they are not. Legacy matches, or matches constructed by hand, might be as simple as a list of trades and a status to indCONTINUE READING >
Why should you invest in Post-Trade Processing?
In the world of financial services, it can sometimes feel like the back office is a firm’s most neglected resource, forever given short shrift when it comes to investing in support to enhance trade processing capabilities. If a back-office is running relatively smoothly and no one is actively complaining, post-trade processing software often comes at the end of a long line of other soCONTINUE READING >