SAS: Faster AND smarter: Supercharging capital markets with real-time data and visualization

The payoffs from rapidly analyzing big data are well-known in trading. However, a number of instructive events over the past few years show failure of global financial services firms in evaluating their data in time to avoid negative consequences. Fines from regulatory compliance lapses, collusion and violations of international laws totaled over $10.7 billion in 2012, according to CNNMoney.com. That total does not include write-downs from trading losses ($6 billion at one firm in 2012) and

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