Emerging Technologies in Capital Markets

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Why Buy This Report?

  1. The report provides an overview of current technologies and technology investment trends in capital markets space.
  2. IBS Intelligence’s exclusive CLAD FrameworkCloud, Data Lakes, AI, and Distributed Ledger Technology – for implementing emerging technologies in capital markets.
  3. Four Use cases on how firms are leveraging emerging technologies.
  4. Complementary 1-hour analyst call with the report.

If you are a Bank Tech team member, make the right supplier selection by reading this report. If you are a Supplier, understand the market better and be more competitive. If you are a Consultant, advise your clients more knowledgably. And if you are an Investor, use this to make the right investment decision.

Capital Markets is prime for disruption, yet firms have barely scratched the surface of emerging technologies. The sector suffers from massive networks built to operate on legacy technologies, complicated architectures, and reluctance to adopt new technologies for the fear of disrupting business-as-usual.

IBS Intelligence has devised a framework firms can leverage to implement the four key technologies that are poised to transform Capital Markets as we know it – Cloud, Data Lakes, AI, and Distributed Ledger Technology.

This report explores the current technology powering capital markets, IT investment trends, key emerging technologies that are set to disrupt capital markets, IBS Intelligence’s exclusive CLAD framework on implementation strategy for the same, and 4 use cases on how organizations are leveraging these technologies.

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview of Cloud from a Banking Perspective
    • Current Technology focus areas in Capital Markets
    • Investments in Technology
  • IBS Intelligence’s CLAD Framework – Technologies Disrupting Capital Markets
  • How are Banks Leveraging Emerging Technologies in Capital Markets
  • Conclusion
  • Further Reading
  • About the Authors
  • References