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Waters: Cash & Liquidity Management
Liquidity - Bringing it all Together
Industry Report

Cash and liquidity management systems are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with firms prioritizing projects that can help meet regulatory requirements and deliver improved efficiencies for the business. In a bid to optimize liquidity management, the market has seen firms move towards intraday models and global liquidity engines.

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Trading Regulations Handbook
A-Team Group: Trading Regulations Handbook
Industry Report

This handbook has been developed to provide an at-a-glance guide to the regulation we expect to have the greatest impact on the trading operations of financial institutions of all types. The intention is to give you an easy reference guide to the main regulations affecting trading operations, allowing you to address questions as they occur.

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TABB Group Report
TABB Group: European Financial Markets - Preparing to Profit from Change
Industry Report

Europe’s capital markets stand on the cusp of their biggest overhaul in decades. From January 2018, a revised version of the region’s trading rulebook, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), will upend how markets operate, bringing more transparency across the trading lifecycle, and changing everything from the way trades execute to how deals are reported, cleared and settled. The breaking of the UK from the EU will also have a huge impact on the financial services industry, with further elections in France and Germany posing even more uncertainty.

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RDU Handbook 2017
A-Team Group: The Reference Data Utility Handbook 2017
Industry Report

There has been a focus over the past few years on automating trading activities and other business processes, making it easier to manage growth in data volumes, deliver on faster settlement times and improve efficiency. Much of that automation has been successful, but it has also revealed the inevitable truth that automation is only as good as the reference data that supports it.

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