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Marketware's eChannel Technologies

Marketware International has developed e.channel software solutions for the financial community since 1995. Marketware developed state-of-the-art online transaction processing systems and client/server financial applications for the largest banks and brokerages around the globe. Today, as a result of Marketware's talented developers, several major banks and brokers offer a broad range of secure, online investment services worldwide.

Through our online trading platform offering, users in various markets in North America, Europe, and Asia are trading stocks, mutual funds, and options. Account information and contact management including current holdings are just a few clicks away, as is a wealth of research data, real-time and delayed quotes including company research, news and charts.

Channel integration

In the past, each delivery channel such as the Internet, the physical branch office and the telephone network-has been run separately and on different technology platforms. Sometimes representatives on the phone can see what a client sees online, other times they cannot. Marketware's goal is to create seamless integration between the web, wireless devices and client branches. The backend components which support our eChannel solutions allow for seamless access to information and empower both the end client and his/her Investment representative.

 

 

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Finance & Investment News

Finance – Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is the online business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  • Fixed-income portfolios have performed as well, if not better, than the U.S. stock market in the past five decades, while exhibiting similar or higher levels of volatility, according to new research by Wharton’s Jules H. van Binsbergen.

  • Collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) are increasingly viewed as a major threat to the U.S. financial system. However, “the recent hysteria around CLOs is misplaced,” write Wharton’s Michael R. Roberts and Michael Schwert.

  • COVID-19 relief measures by the U.S. government and Federal Reserve could be better designed to maximize their positive impacts on the economy, according to new research co-authored by Wharton’s Tim Landvoigt.