The trading floor received a complete overhaul in October 1992, when Natwest moved its headquarters from New York to Jersey City. Chief among the changes was the switch from an analog to a digitalbased processing framework, which completely redefined the way information is distributed to the 250 or so employees in the capital markets group.

The trading floor was designed with the help of WalshLowe Associates of Hoboken, N.J. The networked market data distribution system was built by Sun Microsystems.

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