Murex provides enterprise-wide, cross-asset financial technology solutions to capital markets players. Its cross-function platform, MX.3, supports trading, treasury, risk and post-trade operations, enabling clients to better meet regulatory requirements, manage enterprise-wide risk, and control IT costs.

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Capital markets IT transformation: why now?

14th April 2020

In recent weeks, capital markets have been thrown into turmoil by the coronavirus outbreak, turmoil that will likely continue to impact capital markets for the foreseeable future. We are entering a critical period for banks, as they need innovative solutions to control enhanced risk associated with a market relying on fiscal rather than monetary...
Better tech investment needed to face asset management turmoil

27th January 2020

Facing a slew of industry complications, asset managers today are increasingly investing in tech to alleviate pain points – but comprehensive tech solutions are needed to ease complexity. In 2014, PwC reported that 2020 would see the asset management industry, known for occupying a relatively low-tech infrastructure, embrace a tech-centric...
Banking Treasury: Managing bank liquidity now and tomorrow

24th August 2016

Treasury is at the heart of change in the capital markets following the global financial crisis. Funding, liquidity management, and balance sheet optimisation have each been significantly impacted by the crisis and the wave of regulation that followed it. Today, the primary focus of banks is cost and regulation. Banks have started...
New technology for a transformed risk and regulatory paradigm

3rd May 2016

Following the economic crisis, financial institutions are looking to reinvent their business models for capital markets activities. They are now exploring fresh, innovative organisation structures along with investigating how technology can empower risk, operations and trading functions. This fundamental shift is particularly apparent in the...
A fundamental change in how financial institutions are dealing with credit risks

30th September 2015

Over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives were identified as one of the main scapegoats of the 2007/2008 financial crisis. The G20 group, amongst others, suggested that all standardised OTC derivative contracts should be cleared, and that non-centrally cleared OTC derivatives should be held accountable for margin requirements. In 2013, the Basel...