Next-Generation Technology Trends in Japan’s Capital Markets

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13 December 2018
Eiichiro Yanagawa

The Advent of New Tech and Sourcing Models

Capital market and exchange market participants around the world are working to assess and apply emerging technologies. The results of the Celent Global Exchange CIO Survey released in July 2018 found that a high level of respondents was tackling emerging technologies. More than 70% of respondents said that they were already using or working on pilots when it came to cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation, and blockchain technologies.

The world’s exchanges have been at the vanguard of financial technology when it comes to scale, speed, and robustness. Market participants worldwide are eagerly watching the modernization of the capital markets infrastructure (CMI) at the same time they are accelerating the modernization of information systems including their in-house core systems.

Celent Survey Results: Japan Market Participants State of Technology Adoption

Japan’s capital markets are stepping up their pace of technology adoption. The so-called “securities settlement revolution” that took place over the past 15 years unfolded gradually over time. A key question to consider is what the implications and effects of the ongoing financial infrastructure revolution are for Japan’s market participants. The results of Celent’s “Japan Securities Market Next-generation Technology Survey 2018” presented here and the trends it thrusts into the relief of Japan market participants, paints a picture of a dynamic outlook akin to that seen globally. The following is an overview of the key results of the survey.

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