SunGard: Eastern promise: the changing landscape of securities finance in Asia

Like those in the other regions, market participants in Asia are having to adapt. Indeed, it is arguable that the desks in this region need to be even more flexible than their global counterparts, as they acclimatize to emerging markets and players in addition to the regulatory changes. Firms need to continually evaluate their environment to ensure they are in a position to act on the opportunities they deem appropriate.

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