Why Aren't They Shouting?: How Computers Ate Banking

Why Aren't They Shouting?: How Computers Ate Banking

Why Aren t They Shouting How Computers Ate Banking We re all familiar with the screaming headlines greedy bankers destroyed banking But is it really as simple as that Kevin Rodgers has his doubts and in this fascinating inside account of the financia

  • Title: Why Aren't They Shouting?: How Computers Ate Banking
  • Author: KevinRodgers
  • ISBN: 9781847941527
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • We re all familiar with the screaming headlines greedy bankers destroyed banking But is it really as simple as that Kevin Rodgers has his doubts, and in this fascinating inside account of the financial world over the past three decades, he explains why Taking us from the days when traders still shouted their deals down the phone to the silent modern world of computer tWe re all familiar with the screaming headlines greedy bankers destroyed banking But is it really as simple as that Kevin Rodgers has his doubts, and in this fascinating inside account of the financial world over the past three decades, he explains why Taking us from the days when traders still shouted their deals down the phone to the silent modern world of computer trading, he shows how, far than the pursuit of personal gain, it has been the pursuit of ever sophisticated systems, algorithms and financial models that has undermined banking and made it chronically unstable He also shows how, by their very nature, the computers on which modern finance now so completely depend are hopelessly ill equipped to forestall a future crash Both a very personal and evocative account of how banking has changed since the 1980s, and a masterclass in how it actually works, Why Aren t They Shouting also offers a nuanced, if alarming, glimpse into its likely future.

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    Let’s skip the preliminaries: Kevin’s book is the best I’ve read on many levels.1. If my mom and dad ever need to know what I spent my youth doing on trading floors across Frankfurt, London and New York, this is now the best book in print, finally eclipsing Michael Lewis’ original classic, Liar’s Poker. No buckets of guacamole here, just the facts, expertly and humorously, but never condescendingly, laid out.2. If you want a sober primer on the history of all major financial screw-ups [...]

    Kevin Rodgers has written a masterpiece. Not only does the book cover crucial, revolutionary events that transformed the banking industry with respect to technology; it also touches upon important concepts in risk management and derivatives. This book is worth a read for anyone who wants to understand the impact of technology on the banking industry.

    Another book about the financial crisis. This one takes a slightly longer view than just the crash of 2007/08 and was written by a banker, i.e. someone on the inside. The surprisingly engaging writing makes it accessible to the likes of me who have a very tenuous and naive grasp on the world of finance.Kevin Rodgers started writing this book after retiring in 2014 and much of the book is a personal memoir of his time in banking. His career started in foreign exchange (FX) at the beginning of the [...]

    Fantástico libro. Una historia personal acerca de cómo la tecnología ha influido en el negocio bancario, contada por un tipo que al retirarse era jefe global de divisas (FX) de Deutsche Bank. El autor da detalles sobre las crisis de Asia en el 97, la de Rusia y LTCM en el 98, pasa algo de puntillas sobre la burbuja de las puntocom del 2000 porque no era su negociado y se recrea en la generación y derrumbe de la crisis de 2008. Contado por él, todo era inevitable y va enganchando naturalment [...]

    The financial world has changed, both for good and bad, yet some of the character and colour has been ripped away with the breakneck rush to add technology into the mix. This book gives a personal account of this revolution from somebody who had a senior role within, explaining a bit about the financial world and some of its innermost secrets at the same time.The author’s focus is on the foreign exchange (FX) side of the business because that was his speciality, yet the automation issues equal [...]

    The rise of the machines.I chose this book on Netgalley because I work in the industry and know that the norm on a trading floor is well, no trading floor as most people would imagine it. It's more like Silicone Valley than Wall Street.Author and FX Trader Kevin Rodgers delivers a witty, observant, memoir regaling a very long career in FX trading in London. The book begins in the heady days of ego, bravado, phone calls and shouting on a bustling trading floor and takes us to the future. To the g [...]

    This book explains the changing nature of banking jobs, concepts, and biggest scandals in the history of finance all with amazing ease. It even tells you about the life of an MD - the part about reading all the suspicious emails your subordinates send to each other, flagged to you by Compliance. I wish I had read this book at the start of my career in finance. Could have saved me hours of scouring Investopedia and desperate Googling. Lol.

    A good readWell researched and argued , if a little dry. Given the insane times, I was hoping for something a little more revealing. There was certainly plenty of material at DB to make a good movie .

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