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Grid technology has been designed to support the solution of some computational and data grand challenges offered by several scientific fields such as the one in physics, astronomy, meteorology, etc. The success of these efforts suggest the Grid computing as a promising path for solving computationally intensive real- time and near real - time financial problems. Although existing applications in the financial industry are still in the start - up stage, the potential of Grid computing seems endless. It is likely that in the next decades financial institutions will increasingly compete on the efficient allocation of computing power by maintaining the current high- security standards. Since the Grid helps dealing with computationally intensive problems with distributed data, this technology is best suited for suppor ting the coming challenges of financial institutions. The Grid in Finance 2006 - Workshop is intended to be an international forum for researchers from academia and industry in the area of Grid - based applications in finance.

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