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Financial Markets of the Future: Survival Strategies of the Broker-dealers…

by Lauren Liebenberg

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 033399860X, Hardcover)

The Financial Markets of the Future is concerned with e-business as it applies to financial institutions who operate within these markets. It presents a strategic overview of the impact and implications of technology in these markets. The model identifies two primary inter-related technological causes of change and the elegance and simplicity of the model and format provide a means to evaluate developments in the financial markets. Aimed at all high level financial practitioners evaluating the application of e-business and in particularly to banks on the sell-side in their capacities as securities dealers.

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