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Therapiddevelopmentandadoptionoftechnology-basedinformation,commu- cationandproductdeliverysystemshavefacilitatedglobalizationofthe?nancial services industry and removed the barriers between its vertical segments. New business and market models require the adaptation of existing IT infrastr- tures as well as the development of innovative solutions for both experimental and operational systems. In this context, several aspects are creating a highly innovative and at the same time competitive setup in the ?nancial industry. In the workshop series on enterprise applications and services in the ?nance industry (FinanceCom), we try to capture this development. Here, service-oriented computing concepts and architecturesplayamajorrole.Whenapplyingthesenovelconceptsintheba- ing and?nancesector,thebusiness valueofsucharchitectureshasto beassessed quantitatively. Also, the heterogeneous and evolving service-oriented modeling methodologies have to be evaluated. Pulling these novel modeling methodo- gies up to a larger picture, the technology-driventransformation of the ?nancial industry is emphasized, where a highly fragmented and heterogeneous situation is currently developing towards banking value networks. In this ?eld, ?nancial business standardization and the introduction of st- dardized service modules play a core role. Applying standardized services c- tainly allows one to utilize economies of scale in a better way and hence fosters outsourcing and o?shoring tendencies in the sector of banking information s- tems. While addressing this aspect, of course novel technologies that are being developedin other ?elds also entering the banking and ?nance domain.Web s- vicesandgridcomputing aretwo importantexamples.However,thesestandards can only be utilized when being applied homogeneously in ?nancial systems. As an example, international standards such as the “markets and ?nancial inst- ments directive (MiFID)” of the European Union are of key interest.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Banking Systems - Business Networks - Electronic Markets - Electronic Trading - Finance - IT architecture - Payment Systems - Risk Management - SOA - Service-Oriented Architectures - Trading Models - architecture - organization - service-oriented architecture
Trading Models and Concepts.- Flexible VWAP Executions in Electronic Trading.- A Process Model for Best Execution.- Transferring Portfolio Selection Theory to Customer Portfolio Management – The Case of an e-Tailer.- Banks, IT-Architectures and Settlement.- Trends in European Cross-Border Securities Settlement – TARGET2-Securities and the Code of Conduct.- General Requirements of Banks on IT Architectures and the Service-Oriented Architecture Paradigm.- IT Capabilities and Organizational Change: Digging Deeper into the Banking Industry.- Business Networks and Payment Systems.- Cash Tokens for SAML Based Federations.- Foreign Delisting and Domestic Stock Value: Multiple Frameworks, Different Views?.- Instruments for an Integrated Business Network Redesign in the Financial Industry.- Information Risk and Customer Management.- Explaining the Adoption of Value Metrics in Retail Banks’ Customer Management.- Information Risk in Financial Institutions: Field Study and Research Roadmap.- Keynote Paper.- Technology for Trading: What Works and What Fails.