The Treasury and Capital Markets Systems Report is the sister publication to the Universal Banking Systems and Wealth Management & Private Banking Systems reports. It has a similar level of depth of independent coverage of all of the mainstream front-to-back and back office systems in this sector.
It is the essential resource for any bank looking for a new system for any area of its trading. While nearly all suppliers claim that their systems cover all asset classes, it is important to understand the reality, not the theory or the marketing. They all have their strengths and weaknesses, with these clearly set out in this report, along with direct input from key users.
The Treasury and Capital Market Systems Report covers:
- The systems’ origins and evolution
- Strengths and weaknesses
- Front, middle and back office functionality and technology
- Extensive user lists
- The delivery track-record of the suppliers
- Direct input from users, setting out their experiences
- Future direction and product roadmap
As with the other reports, this is the best expenditure a bank will make in its systems selection process.
Totally independent, in-depth and regularly updated, this report provides a huge amount of unbiased commentary and analysis on each supplier and its treasury and capital markets systems, with direct customer input to highlight the strengths and weaknesses, the successes and failures.