Sell-side evolution by Itiviti

October 13, 2016

Let there be no doubt: the sell-side remains under pressure. Ever increasing regulatory demands and constant cost pressure have forced banks and brokers to seek new sources of revenue and ways to operate smarter. Viable options include expanding into multiple asset classes, consolidating systems and leveraging outsourcing. This paper introduces the trends that are now re-shaping the sell-side and discusses the role of technology to manage the change.

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