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Bear Stearns to Implement GemStone For Risk Data Latency

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Bear Stearns plans to implement GemFire Enterprise from data infrastructure company GemStone to manage in-memory data across its enterprise applications, initially focused on Global Clearing and Settlement Risk Analytics as well as Program Trading. Bear Stearns realised its daily batch-oriented risk reporting was coming under strain as trading volumes increased and regulatory requirements became more stringent. Using GemStone has reduced data latency, decreasing the time needed to run the batch reports, providing a clearer picture of the risk being assumed by various groups within Bear Stearns.

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