- WORKING DAY
with Andrew Muir
The five horsemen
Nowakowski gets his man
The Australian Custodian
Islands in the Clearstream
E-Voting, by gum
Death and tax reclaims
GSTPA: The empire strikes back
- WEB SIGHTINGS
The cobbler's childrenby Robin Glenn
No small changeAuthor/independent trader Patrick Young
On the wings of Angell
The Stock Exchange of Thailand: SET to compete
A Point Of Entry Into Europe
Wonder AggarwalE-commerce is changing everything. The only question is, by how much? Dominic Hobson
- COVER STORY: TECHNOLOGY AND FINANCE
Exchanges Banks Utilities Investment Managers
The pioneer gets the arrowSteve Wunsch was looking to change trading a decade before anyone heard of an ECN. Why isn't he filthy rich?
Public servantExchanges may not disappear like the passenger pigeon if they can shed their club-like status. Someone in Sydney woke up to this first.
Let's be FrankeGermany's exchanges lead the world in technology. Here's how it happened.
The Keith to the kingdomChris Keith has survived every back-office crisis of the last generation. Here's how he did it.
Hell hath no FioreIf there is a financial institution that doubles as a technology play, it is State Street.
Chasing shadowsProcessing transactions is no longer the true value-added that custodians bring to the table.
Technology outsourcingABN AMRO realized it needed somebody else's technology to compete in Europe.
A niche with a viewServicing investment managers in the years ahead promises to be a whole new ball game
You say hello, I say MumbaiOutsourcing, as the world knows, is a good thing. But can you outsource to a company 12 time zones away?
The Hardy boyThe London Clearing House is booming. That has something to do with its CEO.
Good as GoldscheiderClearnet steps onto a wider stage.
Donahue and cryThe DTCC is in the process of remaking itself. It may yet measure up to its more daring overseas rivals.
An Australian worth watchingComputershare is a player that merits attention. Here's why.
Whither forex?Foreign exchange is not immune to the revolution sweeping settlement.
The Internet as inhibitorBlackRock CEO Larry Fink sees further consolidation in investment management, with the demands of technology being a principal factor.
Wuillamie or won't he?In a short period of time CWB has made its mark as an IT consultant. It's easy to see why.
Measure this...Benchmarking trading costs represents a final frontier. The pioneers are on the trail.
Custody & Clearing Report On Central And Eastern Europe
- FEATURE STORY
Deutsche Morgan Grenfell: How the Reality Defeated the RomanceThe attempt by Deutsche Bank to build a global investment bank around Morgan Grenfell, the British merchant bank it acquired in 1989, ended in failure. Was it a story of vision outrunning reality or an everyday story of management failure?
TootsiesThe perils of asset management
The Prime Brokerage Survey 2000
- BOOK REVIEW
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