The ability to analyze credit exposure and collateral requirements quickly in real time was always critical. Critical to brokerages and banks wanting to reduce counterparty risk. Critical to making the right trading decisions. Critical to pricing transactions fairly. And critical to fund managers trading in swaps.

Now, measuring risk is getting serious. And happening in what is known as real time. There’s no turning back and there is technology available. It combines complex event processing – a.k.a. applying rules on lots of streaming data quickly – with real-time business intelligence.

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