More NewsWall Street Systems Launches Release 4.0 Of Its Front-To-Back Office Treasury and Trading Management Application

Wall Street Systems Launches Release 4.0 Of Its Front-To-Back Office Treasury and Trading Management Application

The new release sees the introduction of over 325 new application features including enhanced risk management functionality, as well as support for a range of new instrument types, and a number of technology enhancements. New instruments supported include credit derivatives, debt issuance and mortgage and asset backed bonds. In addition, a Commercial FX module has been introduced, dealing specifically with the high margin, corporate area of foreign exchange. The System has also been upgraded to support Continuous Linked Settlement (CLS), in preparation for the changes in multi-lateral netting at the end of this year. Furthermore, a number of new applications have been introduced allowing firms to manage their risk more effectively, including Banknotes Risk Consolidation and Multi-Level Liquidity Risk Drill Down. New technology enhancements include an updated user interface with increased security, greater flexibility for information display, improved reporting functionality, and the ability for authorised users to gain full access to the system via a web browser.

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