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event driven

An application that responds to input from the user (mouse movement, keystrokes, menu choices, etc.) or from messages from other applications. This is in contrast to a batch operation that continuously processes the next item from a group. See procedure oriented, event loop, event handler and event management system.
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Together, Curro and Hymans will lead the Event Driven Team and focus on its continued growth across BTIG's global platform.
NEW YORK -- Jefferies announced today the appointment of Paul Viviano as Head of US Event Driven Sales within the firm's broader Equities Group.
As we continue to extend our product offerings in Europe, these new hires will provide our institutional clients with valuable event driven expertise and insight.
LONDON & NEW YORK -- Jefferies announced today the appointment of Chris Blackburn as Head of European Event Driven Sales and Trading within the firm's Equities Group.
The Pendragon leadership is long standing and highly regarded in the event driven space in Europe.
Event Driven hedge funds, as represented by the Credit Suisse/Tremont Event Driven Hedge Fund Index, have historically produced high returns with low levels of volatility for the past ten years with a Sharpe Ratio of 1.
The new OASIS Standard offers a foundation for event driven architectures built using Web services.