After 18 months of the launch of a new single-dealer platform (SDP), the client decided to review the strategy for e-commerce across all asset classes and business lines.
A new report from GreySpark Partners, a leading London-headquartered capital markets consulting firm, explores the latest trends in investment banking e-commerce. The report, Trends in E-commerce 2014, highlights that banks, in order to remain competitive, should adopt cross-channel e-commerce solutions that employs scientific data analysis to improve client services as well as the bank’s own profitability from facilitating their client’s trading activity.
New research from GreySpark Partners, a London-based capital markets consultancy, examines the evolving role of UX design as a competitive differentiator in the design of SDP trading systems. This comes at a time that investment bank clients demand UX to be a prerequisite to the systems that they use. The report, UX and Software Development in Banking, is published in partnership with London-based UX consultancy, Tobias & Tobias.
As 2014 begins to unfurl, investment banks are left to reflect on 2013 as the year in which client-centric, multi-asset, digital investment banking began to transition toward a new level...Continue Reading
Our annual report on Trends in E-commerce and Electronic Trading is a unique opportunity for the Capital Markets industry to get a fact-based insight on the current situation and emerging trends.
As financial institutions continue to embrace the era of Big Data, opportunities abound for the credit bonds markets. Specifically, sellside credit secondary trading desks operating in an e-credit environment for...Continue Reading