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Prizes totalling more than $15K Contest open until Jan. 31
How can technology be used to create the next big financial innovation?

Be creative! How could real-time results, predictive analysis, cloud, event correlation, social collaboration or other mechanisms supported by technology change the way Capital Markets function today.

Do you have ideas on how to design tomorrow's capital markets? Join us!


Today’s Capital Markets firms have been intensely focused on evolving their processes and systems for adherence to regulations. And as a result, the emphasis on R&D and innovations has waned outside the arms war to lowest latency.  Capital Markets firms need to focus on new means to create opportunities. Furthermore, tomorrow's players in Capital Markets also expect their roles to have social impact in the sense there is sustainable capital creation all the while making the world a better place.

 

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*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The SAP Designing Tomorrow’s Capital Markets Contest is open to individuals who are: i) 18 years old or older at time of entry; ii) legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia or Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec); and iii) are enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies in an accredited college or university in the 50 United States, including the District of Columbia and Canada excluding Quebec. See the Contest Official Rules to learn how to enter and for additional details.

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Hello fellow contest submission seekers,
Many of you have requested more time to prepare submissions. Therefore, we will be extending the deadlin...Kuhan Milroy.
This is an interesting piece of research discussing innovation in Capital Markets. I urge you to read it for some thought provocation.

...Kuhan Milroy.
http://blogs.sap.com/banking/2013/06/18/think-outside-the-box/Melinda Wilson