The new JP Reis branding reflects changes we have made in order to better serve our clients. It also nods to the corporate DNA that made us successful in the first place.
When the Brexit decision came in on 24th June last year the City of London’s reaction was largely pragmatic. Nobody knew what the revised EU relationship would look like, although most agreed that some level of employee relocation would take place.
When an Eastern European bank needed to specify and design the technology and workspace for its new trading floor there was only one place to come.
JP Reis supported Digital Construction Week by attending a reception at the Irish Embassy in London at the end of October. Greg Collins is a member of the Building Information Modelling Steering Committee.
JP Reis used their software enabled TIMM™ service to manage the trader voice technology upgrade on one of London’s largest trading floors. The main TIMM Hub™ was hosted on a dedicated external server.
A start-up technology company with strong combined experience in Financial Services was looking to launch a new telecom bridge for the trading floor.
The best-laid technology life-cycle plans of the IT manager can be disrupted when a vendor declares a product End of Life (EoL).
One of the world’s most prestigious law firms was relocating its UK head office and the data center was also set to move.
Blockchain looks set to become a disruptive technology in financial services. At least, the potential has been verified now that a clear demarcation has been drawn between Blockchain – a programmable distributed trust infrastructure, and Bitcoin, a tainted virtual currency.
Greg Collins argues that, catalyzed by the wider strategic background, this latest round of regulation could take the trading floor to a tipping point in technology adoption.