Profile of Greg MacSweeneyEditorial Director
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Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in August 2009
New technology infrastructure will deliver efficiency, speed and throughput across all Deutsche Borse Group's exchanges.
Clients can now outsource trade confirmation recordkeeping.
An agreement reached between the U.S. and Switzerland over secret American accounts held at the Swiss bank UBS may open the way for revelations of tax evasion at other banks.
Joins JP Morgan after leading combined RBS/ABN Amro global trade finance business.
New technology will enhance back office functionality and provide an enterprise data management platform to lower cost and reduce risk.
CorvilNet will monitor, analyze and optimize electronic trading and market data applications for ultra-low latency objectives.
David L. Shuler, an NYSE veteran, has joined derivatives exchange CME Group as managing director for alliance and venture management.
John Margolis will develop an options capability in the full-service agency's new New York office.
The former UBS managing director takes over in a time of shifting regulatory landscapes.
The tough economy of the past 18 months has given technology leaders in Wall Street firms the opportunity to implement IT governance and clean up operations.
As regulators focus on curbing speculation, the Wall Street Journal chats with Roger Liddell, LCH.Clearnet CEO, about whether things are headed in the right direction.
New offering will provide electronic reconciliation and help to reduce errors and improve risk management.
John Weisel to lead group in helping financial firms manage IT strategy amid economic and regulatory change.
The Fed is looking to hire traders, risk managers and analysts to help manage its investments, including roughly half-a-trillion dollars worth of mortgage-backed securities.
Non-displayed trading platform will start trading in first half of 2010 and technology will be developed by Chi-Tech.
New functionality increases transparency and addresses FAS 115-2 for securities.
David Leinweber, author of "Nerds on Wall Street," talks about the dangers of "over mining" data.
Munich Stock Exchange will create a pan-European carbon emissions exchange to trade European Union Allowances and Certified Emission Reduction Units.
A bill that passed the House would allow shareholders to vote on pay packages for Wall Street executives, and give regulators new powers to limit rewards for risk taking.
The worst may not yet be over for some of America's biggest banks. Some of the country's biggest lenders, including Goldman Sachs, have been subpoenaed by a Senate committee as part of a fraud investigation.
Democrats are working on a bill that would force most credit-default swaps onto exchanges where they can be monitored by the government.