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Global Experience

Marketware has new insight in addressing the challenges facing financial companies from being a technology company and a strategic international contributor to TD Waterhouse Group during 1999 – 2001 and through market experiences in Europe and Asia.

Whether markets are local or global, Marketware offers firsthand knowledge of the financial processes and demands of markets worldwide spanning North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific. This knowledge was gained providing solutions to brokerage offices in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, London, and Luxembourg.

Marketware International's impressive client list, since its inception, includes some of the world's leading firms such as:

TD Waterhouse
Industry: Investments
www.TDWaterhouse.com

RBC Investments
Industry: Banking and investments
www.rbc.com

The Canadian Imperial Bank
of Commerce

Industry: Banking
www.cibc.com

TD Direct Investing International
(formally Internaxx)

Industry: Banking
int.tddirectinvesting.com

Desjardins
Industry: Banking
www.desjardins.com

Broadridge Financial Solutions
Industry: Financial Services
www.broadridge.com

LPL Financial
Industry: Financial Services
www.lpl.com

TD Bank
Industry: Banking
www.tdbank.com
Legg Mason
Industry: Investments
www.leggmason.com

RBC Wealth Management
Industry: Investments
www.rbcwm-usa.com

China CITIC Bank International Limited ("CNCBI")
Industry: Banking
www.cncbinternational.com

Thomson Reuters
Industry: Financial Services
www.thomsonreuters.com

Muriel Siebert, & Co. Inc.
Industry: Banking
www.siebertnet.com

PwC Canada
Industry: Accounting
www.pwc.com/ca

Wipro
Industry: Financial Services
www.wipro.com/industries/securities-capital-markets

National Bank Financial Wealth Management
Industry: Investments
www.nbfwm.ca

Finance & Investment News

Finance – Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is the online business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  • ICOs are catching on as a new way for startups to raise money. But most don't succeed. New Wharton research looks at how that can change.

  • Trading practices in OTC markets seem downright old-fashioned compared to centralized markets such as the NYSE. But several major asset classes, such as bonds, prefer over-the-counter. Research from Wharton and the University of Rochester looks into why.

  • The potential gains for the start-ups driving fintech are obvious. But the possibilities for extending financial services to the under-served are already being realized and can be extended further, notes this opinion piece.