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Risk Arena Marked by Integration of Risk Tools and Vendor Consolidation 1999 sees increased consolidation among credit and market risk systems.
MathWorks Links to Bloomberg, Live Data for Efficient Modeling Bloomberg and The Math Works team to offer a product for developing financial and analytic models.
Lampertz Brings Physical IT Protection to the U.S. Lampertz seeks to further change the way financial institutions in the U.S. view operational risk and the protection of data.
Stress Testing to Fill in Gaps Left by VAR Daily stress testing helps identify scenarios that could cause significant loss outside of regular market events
Visualization Lends a Hand to Risk Arena Data visualization technology is expected to increase in visibility with the recent merger of two leaders in the field, Visual Insights and Visible Decisions.
Internet Attacks Wake Up Financial Firms to Security Responding to the recent spate of hacker attacks on major commercial Web sites, many financial firms are evaluating their Internet security.
YesTrader To Offer ASP Model, Web Connectivity ASP model will extend electronic access to exchanges such as the Paris Bourse, the Deutsche Borse and the International Securities Exchange.
BARRA Meets Microsoft's Treasury Risk Needs With TotalRisk Microsoft has implemented BARRA's TotalRisk system in its corporate treasury department.
Infinity Launches E-commerce Strategy, Internet Risk Applications Infinity announceS a detailed e-commerce strategy for the year 2000.
Meridien Report Examines Operational Risk Evolution Where do firms stand and where should they be heading?