Since the global financial crisis, developments in technology and regulation have combined to create the perfect environment for innovation.
Payments firms, exchanges, collateral registries, credit bureaus, and other market infrastructure organizations must recognize and address these changes to protect and increase market share.
Growing regulatory pressures around transparency, liquidity, and risk management have created a need for financial technologies that allow intelligent decisions to be made quickly, drawing together back office and middle office operations. Capital adequacy regulation has driven front-office business restructuring and the search for infrastructure efficiencies.
This new economic environment requires innovative and analytical leaders to transform existing technologies and incubate the next generation of financial technology firms.