The impending repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act is likely to unleash a hunt on Wall Street for experienced information technology executives.

It will begin once commercial banks and insurance companies step up to the plate for the type of talent needed to build and manage the highly distributed, Unix-based client-server systems that have been the private domain of Wall Street firms.

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