A majority of firms active in the capital markets do not have a big data strategy in place across the enterprise, according to a new report commissioned by Thomson Reuters and produced by Aite Group.
The study, “Big Data in Capital Markets: At the Start of the Journey,” assesses the implementation of big data strategy among financial services firms. Those firms that are implementing big data are mostly doing so in specific functional areas, according to the report, which is based on a survey of 423 financial services firms conducted in May and June 2014. The most popular uses for big data within respondent firms are analytics for trading and quantitative research.
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