Six years ago, when Merrill Lynch began looking to unfreeze liquidity through a technology that would integrate balance sheet information, P`&L data and risk information, ...
By Staff Writer|May 01, 2006 at 08:00 PM
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Six years ago, when Merrill Lynch began looking to unfreeze liquidity through a technology that would integrate balance sheet information, P&L data and risk information, it was a strategic capability that few companies, if any, could claim. The project was eventually dubbed ARCTIC, which stood for Architecture for Regulatory, Credit and Treasury Consolidation, and it envisioned data feeds from a variety of sources in and outside finance that would all be ultimately reconciled back to the balance sheet. The view would be real-time and at a very granular level for those who needed to see the grains.
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