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Brett KingMoven - New York

The 5 Stages of Social Media Grief for Bankers

22 July 2010  |  11202 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

This week I've met with some very interesting people and the subject of social media has been high on the agenda. Yesterday, I met with Tom Cannon, who is leading the charge on the Internet Banking initiative that is part of HSBC's "OneH" project - essentially their customer dashboard, single-view of the customer baseline technology. Ea...

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Paul BlankCaplin Systems - London

Research and Trading converge to make SDPs Stickier

14 July 2010  |  3152 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

In the past, perceived wisdom had been that bank trading platforms are for trading, whilst their research portals were for in-depth research – and never the twain shall meet. And whilst many banks pay lip service to integrating pre-trade research with execution within their trading platforms, few get round to actually doing it, and fewer still d...

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Paul BlankCaplin Systems - London

Compliance concerns delay banks introducing iPhone trading

02 July 2010  |  4596 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

While many banks talk of providing trading via the iPhone or other mobile devices to institutional clients, so far very few have done so. In the non-professional (retail) market, most spread betting ...

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