The New Technology of Financial Management

Front Cover
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 4, 1992 - Business & Economics - 290 pages
With advanced technologies altering our financial institutions more radically than ever before, it is essential that every financial manager become a master of these technologies - or risk being swallowed up by the competition. The New Technology of Financial Management is your complete, up-to-date guide to the technological and conceptual tools that are transforming the operations of today's financial corporations and trading firms, as well as treasury functions in any international business. In thorough, step-by-step detail, it shows you how to structure and manage an integrated financial operation - and control activities in foreign exchange, international trading, and risk management, using the most modern technologies and operating on a real-time basis. From a fresh global perspective, The New Technology of Financial Management reveals everything you need to know about the latest technological developments affecting forex, treasury, trading, and investment operations. And it offers complete coverage of the analytical and mathematical tools associated with contemporary finance, from the use of AI and "knowledge engineering" to intelligent networks in managing an international financial operation. An invaluable desktop reference for every financial manager, The New Technology of Financial Management will not only help you make better financial decisions, it is your key to survival in the new global technology of the 90s financial markets.
 

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Contents

Developing the Organization and Technology to Support
1
The Impact of Strategic Planning on Treasury Operations
8
Treasury Functions at Citibank and the Quotron Contribution
14
Treasury Forex Securities
23
Electronic Management of HighRisk Transactions
29
Establishing and Maintaining Systems Priorities
38
The Forex Room
47
The New Generation of Solutions for the 1990s
54
Analytics in Forex
115
Contributions from Knowledge Engineering and Simulation
139
Technological Synergy
159
From Charting to Pattern Recognition
179
New Tools Need a New Culture
201
The Role of Networks in Globalization
221
Networks for Trading and Client Service
241
Services an Intelligent Network Can Provide
263

Planning for Better Technology Investments
69
Market Data Filtering
89
Intellectual Capital and Strategic Planning
283
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