Recent years have seen significant developments in financial products, regulation and technology that have fundamentally changed the institutional investment landscape and cost-benefit structure of the execution value chain.

In this article, Ofir Gefen, President APAC at Itiviti, explores the impact this has had on firms in terms of technology and costs. With a focus on trends in automation and low-touch trading, he provides his answer to the age-old question: should firms buy or build?


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