Technology, operational and regulatory risks are combining to form a trio of risks that many trading firms are only partially addressing, according to SunGard.
Maxim Group, a full service investment banking and brokerage firm providing services to hedge funds, investment advisors, family offices and high net worth individuals has selected SunGard's VPM.
CGD Securities, a Brazilian division of Caixa Geral de Depósitos, one of the largest banks in Portugal, has selected SunGard's hosted Valdi solution to help grow the firm's business by improving trading efficiency and access to Brazil's financial markets.
SunGard, one of the world's leading software and technology services companies, today reported results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2013. For the third quarter, revenue was $1.0 billion, down 1% year over year.
SunGard has launched WealthStation CompAct, a new financial planning solution that gives advisors the ability to produce results-based, holistic financial plans quickly, simply and interactively.
First Metro Securities Brokerage Corporation has joined the SunGard Global Network (SGN), gaining access to the network's more than 2,000 buy-side firms and more than 530 sell-side institutions around the world.
Yorkshire Building Society (the Yorkshire), the UK's second largest building society, has implemented SunGard's Ambit Liquidity Risk solution to help meet its liquidity risk reporting needs, including UK regulatory frameworks.
Credit Suisse has added a new administration and trading service to its iCPPI hedging platform to help insurance companies more efficiently manage the risks in their protected insurance products.
Brendan Farrell, executive vice president, XSP, SunGard’s capital markets business looks at the long road to corporate actions automation, the American market and how cloud computing and software-as-as-service are driving projects.
SunGard has released WealthStation Plan Track, a financial planning tool that gives advisors the ability to illustrate how clients' financial plan projections compare to their actual account performance over time.
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