A new survey finds operational issues leading challenges for trading firms
Chief operating officers are unlikely beneficiaries of
tougher regulation and changes to market structure as the
importance of their role has increased in recent years,
according to a new survey.
A survey of more than 400 financial executives by The
Economist Intelligence Unit and tech vendor Broadridge found
regulation was the top challenge facing their firm for 35% of
respondents, closely followed by market structure changes.
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