Mostly… fixed income and cross product eTrading

November 25, 2008

Behavioural/Operational Data

Filed under: etrading, Nuts and Bolts, STP — holky @ 6:11 am

As quoted here

UK credit card issuers have agreed a framework for sharing ‘behavioural data’ on their customers’ accounts as part of an initiative to meet political demands for responsible lending practices.

Is anyone yet extending this sort of analysis onto operational flows – to record and use the institutional behavioural data (STP rates, blame attributed fails, etc) in establishing a true(r) transactional cost of trading with the client in question for the product in question? …. then using that contextual info as one of the inputs to their pricing engine / SOR ?

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