1st Edition

Securities Technology Handbook



ISBN 9780849399916
Published December 30, 1998 by CRC Press
608 Pages

USD $170.00

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Book Description

This desk reference provides IT professionals in the securities industry with information about the latest technologies for improving efficiency and prediction.
Topics include:

  • modeling
  • management systems
  • research
  • Internet commerce
  • issues affecting all financial services sectors, such as the year 2000 problem
    Securities Technology Handbook is geared toward all levels of technology management and financial services management responsible for developing and implementing cutting-edge technology.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Brave New World for Financial Services
    Technology Trendlines: What Can We Expect in the Future?
    Financial Services and the Internet
    Introduction to E-Commerce
    Technology and Productivity
    Year 2000 Implications
    Year 2000 Solutions
    The Coming Crisis in Handling Euromoney.
    Technology and Security
    Data Mining, Data Warehousing, and Databases
    ActiveX or CORBA/JavaBeans
    Technology in Securities
    Internet Trading
    Using Online Resources for Research
    Building the Global Trading Floor
    State-of-the-Art Trading System Technology
    Neural Networks for Financial Forecasting
    Technology of the Exchanges
    Make or Buy: Portfolio Management, Accounting, and Trading Systems
    Guide to Proprietary Information Resources
    The Securities Intact
    Building a Money Management Systems
    Tools for Risk Management
    The Delivery of Securities Data Using Internet Technologies
    Resources
    Glossaries
    Securities Product Watch

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