Liquidity management on the go

The business requirement

A major financial institution needed to build a liquidity management system to monitor its positions and give management the tools to determine exposure while monitoring for regulatory compliance and risk. The initial delivery was a desktop-based solution using a tired architecture of:

  • Data acquisition and ingestion
  • Business rules processing
  • Web services
  • UI framework
  • Desktop browser

HTML5 in the trading room

The business requirement

A client needed to replace its execution management system (EMS) that was based on repurposed technology – an Excel sheet that had evolved over time. Given the increasingly critical role of the system, the level of usability and robustness was no longer sufficient. Its performance was lacking. The system was unable to keep up with market updates, leaving traders unsure of what e.g. constituted the current price versus the executed price.

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