The new financial architecture, properly understood, must account for the dynamic relationship between private-market actions and public-sector structures.
The economy's financial architecture is a function of the relationship among financial institutions and market participants that transfer capital and risk between borrowers and savers.
But the architecture is also informed by the mix of prescriptions and postures of the Congress, the Administration, and the financial regulators, including the Federal Reserve. This circumstance is particularly the case during times of financial turmoil.
Umbrella of Services
Axiom Equity Group's financial modules we use:
I-Expense and Cash Management.
Payroll and Time/Labor
Structuring for Sucess
A large number of non-financial characteristics including ownership structure, capital structure and the performance of the board of directors have an impact on company performance, as research has shown.
However knowledge of the interrelations between these characteristics remains limited. Nevertheless, such knowledge may significantly influence policy resulting from corporate performance modeling using regression analysis.
Innovation & Architecture
It has become more fervent in recent times because financial system configuration is at the core of market reform policies in transition and emerging economies that are in route to capitalism from decades of totalitarian repression.
Axiom explores, empirically, the relation between technological innovation and financial architecture, focusing on differences between markets and banks in processing information.