Capital Markets/Post-trade: IT Priorities and Strategy in 2023

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8 November 2023

Unlocking the Drivers of IT Spending in Capital Markets Post-trade


To help our clients navigate challenges facing the industry, Celent has developed a new, enhanced approach for tracking financial institution IT priorities and spend—the Celent Technology Insight and Strategy Survey (CTISS). The CTISS is a great example of our newly enhanced primary research capabilities. We apply Celent’s deep industry expertise to detailed surveys to generate insights for each service line participating. These insights help identify the imperatives that are driving technology budget allocations in 2023 and form a key input into our IT spending forecasts.

Careful survey design allows us to create common questions that address all the areas that Celent covers, giving us the unique ability to compare results among different lines of business. And questions specific to each line of business enable us to delve deeper than ever before. With this new methodology, we can now compare results not only by geography, but also by size of institution and other measures as well.

Here we ask and answer the questions: 'What priorities are driving IT investment in post-trade in 2023?' 'What are some of the differences between the buy-side and the sell-side'?

Respondents represented all geographies, sizes, and segments of capital markets firms, with 168 buy-side firms and 42 sell-side firms responding.