Here is a series of Microsoft’s offerings for capital markets, hedge fund and quant HFT players

(Last Updated On: September 30, 2010)
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Here is a series of Microsoft’s offerings for capital markets, hedge fund and quant HFT players

#1. Microsoft’s Ian Warford explains how the Microsoft platform is being applied to address the customer experience, risk management, and operational needs of organizations in the capital markets industry today. This industry is evolving and innovating to meet market demands and address the regulatory changes happening today. Ian will be hosting a series of podcasts discussing these areas, our partners, and solutions within Capital Markets. This podcast is the first of the series.

#2 A brief overview of Microsoft FAST and how it can be applied to the capital markets industry and the institutional client platform solution.

#3 A  brief introduction to Microsoft real time market and credit risk solution. This solution is based on Office 2007 with PowerPivot and SQL Server 2008 r2 with StreamInsight.

#4 This podcast is a brief introduction to the Advisor Services – (Institutional Client Platform) solution for sell side broker dealers. This solution is one of Microsoft most successful capital markets solution areas. It covers high touch sales, low touch eCommerce and pure electronic connectivity using a FIX engine. This multi-channel integration problem is solved with a wide variety of Microsoft products and capital markets specific partners.

And no this was not paid by Microsoft.

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