Internet revolutionises Deutsche's trading floors

Deutsche Bank has pioneered the use of the internet to improve the efficiency and reach of its trading platforms. Global eBusiness head Martin Loat explains how the markets are being revolutionized.
Deutsche Bank's former head of Global Markets in Asia, Martin Loat, took up his new role as global eBusiness head in March. Describing himself as the battering ram who makes sure the bank continues to forge ahead and lead the competition in e-trading, Loat has become passionate about a job he admits he was initially uncertain about taking on. Indeed, the e-revolution stands poised to wreak far-reaching and for many, unsettling changes to the way investment banks run their operations. In the space of only a couple of years, a confusing array or proprietary systems and multidealer sites offering one stop shops for research, distribution and trading have sprung up.

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