Some 51.2% of firms in the survey listed regulatory complexity as chief challenge
Nearly a half of derivatives firms plan to
buy new trading software in the next two years to help them
deal with increased regulatory complexity, according to a new
poll of leading traders.
Some 44% of the firms that responded to
the Tabb Group survey said they will implement a new trading
technology by 2018.
Within this group, 15.5% of these firms
said they will be deploying a new derivatives trading platform
by the end of this year while a half of firms said they had no
plans for a new platform.
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