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Sybase

For more than 25 years, Sybase has been a leader in developing and expanding innovative database technology. Since our founding in a Berkeley, Calif., home in 1984, we have earned the trust of many of the world’s leading companies for our ability to manage information and deliver unsurpassed levels of data reliability and security. Today, Sybase leads the industry in delivering enterprise and mobile software to manage, analyze and mobilize information. We are recognized globally as the performance leader, proven in the most data-intensive industries and across all systems, networks and devices.

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The Changing Face of Risk Management in the New Regulatory Environment

Company:Sybase

The precarious recovery from the global recession and fiscal tightening in the western world has caused volatility in financial markets to rise sharply. This white paper discusses the imperative for banks to strengthen their risk management frameworks.

Category: Technology Systems and Software | Published: 20 February 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 29

Big Data and Smart Trading

Company:Sybase

Under discussion is the convergence of big data and smart trading, leading to the rapid development of new, profitable trading strategies. These strategies extract and harness information from a myriad of conventional and not-so conventional data sources, often on a massive scale.

Category: Technology Systems and Software | Published: 18 December 2012 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1

The ultimate risk – flawed liquidity risk management

Company:Sybase

As the global financial services industry digests Dodd-Frank, Basel III, European bank stress tests and the inexplicable ‘flash crash’ that downed Dow Jones 700 points in minutes, the question is where to now?

Category: Liquidity Risk | Published: 24 November 2010 | Type: Article

Rating: + 1

Taking liquidity stress testing to a higher level

Company:Sybase

Offering highly secure, high-availability software solutions that meet the trading industry’s needs for intensive transaction processing, advanced analytics and modelling.

Category: Liquidity Risk | Published: 25 August 2010 | Type: Article

Rating: + 1