eCo Perspective

Cloud migration and greedy apps

It is generally wise to follow the principle of parsimony in development: do the least amount of new coding that you can without sacrificing competitive capability. In recent years the scope for parsimony has extended well beyond code reuse to the adoption of...

Is wholesale banking disruption-proof?

There is a school of thought that wholesale and investment banking is immune to true disruption by financial technology – that the protective complexity of these businesses will give the incumbents time to assimilate new technologies. In a recent report, for example,...

Fintech and wholesale banking: why nothing has changed

Staff turnover, regulation among five factors holding banks back Over the past decade the software industry has been revolutionised by a set of new technologies. They keep close company – where you find one you’ll often find several – and the firms that have played...

Pre-trade risk checks

When a “tech issue” becomes a management catastrophe Amidst all of the change and turbulence in the years since the financial crisis, one constant trend has been a continuing rise in the proportion of trades that are conducted electronically. This brings many...

The New Equations of Tech Value

A pre-crisis focus on creating value through proprietary technology has been superseded by the search to find smart, effective ways to utilise the best software from elsewhere.

Page 1 of 512345

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.