The Fincad report found nine in ten respondents want to use more derivatives
Old systems and regulatory uncertainty are
holding back firms’ increased use of derivatives,
a new study has found, suggesting regulatory reforms are
hampering rather than helping the derivatives industry.
A survey of 230 buy and sell side firms by
tech firm Fincad found 92% of respondents wanted to increase
their use of derivatives or keep it at the same level but they
were unsure about doing so.
Some 57% of the same group said they were
either unsure if their systems could handle or sure their
technology couldn’t support an increased use of
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