ISV Ffastfill has completed the internal "phase one" of its
move to providing a one-stop shop application service provider
(ASP) model to clients, and highlighted its belief in the
potential of cross-asset class trading as a revenue stream for
Speaking to journalists in London, Ffastfill deputy chairman
Jim Oliff, also vice chairman of Chicago Mercantile Exchange
(CME), said that "silos are beginning to break down" at banks
and other client firms.
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