IBOR changed the way businesses look at P&L and Positions in the front office. Why stop there?
The need to improve process efficiencies within financial firms has never been greater. Shrinking margins due to increased competition from low-fee passive products, the burden of regulatory reporting and the threat from new market entrants have forced financial institutions to look for even greater operational savings. Today’s banks, treasury departments and asset managers must look at all areas of the equation, analyzing all bottlenecks and duplication across all asset classes in order to improve its Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).