By Kenneth McLeish, Global Head of Equities Trading Technology, J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Financial firms should put technology at the core of their business, use agile...
By Alastair Hawker, Head of North American Sales at Quantitative Brokers. Providing advanced agency algorithms and data-driven analytics to reduce implicit trading costs for clients.
By Cale McCulloch, Sales Trader, CLSA and Claud Zhong, Deputy Head of Trading, Citic Securities. A single trade execution platform can reduce the complexities of investing in China’s equities markets.
By Gregg Dalley, Global Head of Equities Trading, Schroders. Human traders and automation coexist within an effective trading desk to source liquidity and ensure best execution.
By Ian Mawdsley, Head of ETI Trading EMEA, Thomson Reuters. Brokerages will face tighter scrutiny from the buy-side after MiFID II, and will find new ways to add value.
A GlobalTrading Roundtable Discussion. Regulation, technology advances and behavioural changes mean that trade automation will increase, and systems and their providers need to be flexible.
By Mark Northwood, Principal, Bips Global. A rigorous analytical approach is essential to quantify the impact of MiFID II on trade execution.
By Michael Beth, Vice President, Equity & Derivative Trading, WallachBeth Capital. Regulatory changes have created the need for increased execution transparency.
By Brad Bailey, Research Director, Celent. The wave of legislation governing global securities markets has raised expectations for greater regulation and better surveillance of the foreign exchange industry.
By Tim Healy, Global Marketing and Communications Director, FIX Trading Community. The FIX Protocol has transformed trading by increasing speed, reducing errors and improving efficiency.
By Kristian West, Global Head of Equity Trading, J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Best execution represents the complete order lifecycle, forming the essence of a trading function.
By Ben Polidore, Managing Director, Algorithmic Trading, ITG. AI and machine learning can enable traders to manage trading risks better and enhance investor returns.
By David Pearson, Head of Post-Trade, Fidessa. Already well-established for cash equities, automated trade matching, reconciliation and confirmation systems are finally extending to other asset classes.
By Rupert Walker, Managing Editor, GlobalTrading. The FX market should continue the dialogue that led to its Code of Conduct, identify ways to share data and examine initiatives that promote efficiency.
By Carl Slesser, Head of Sell-Side Product Management, Market Technology, Nasdaq. Brokers are turning to third parties for support in running their trading operations.
By Rupert Walker, Managing Editor, GlobalTrading. Regulatory and technical changes are rapidly reshaping the trading landscape.
A GlobalTrading Roundtable Discussion. Regulation and technological innovation are forcing the industry to re-position their existing trading systems, according to participants at a thought leadership discussion.
By Kevin Doyle, Global Head of Marketing, Battea Class Action Services, LLC. Billions of dollars are available to eligible investors, but there are challenges to individuals filing claims on their own.
By Richard Bentley, Chief Product Officer, Ullink. Regulation, technological complexity and burgeoning costs are a wake-up call to optimise client connectivity management.
Empowering Today’s Buy-Side Trader: Traders require a single solution that brings deeper liquidity, additional counterparties, more powerful trading capabilities, and better intelligence and analytics.
By Vaibhav Sagar, Senior Technology Consultant, Open System Tech. Higher buy-side expectations and the rapidity of technological advances means a shift to low touch trading will continue.
With Torben Munch, CEO, Itiviti. As financial firms outsource more technology, there is pressure on service providers to compete.
By Chris Rice, Senior Managing Director, Global Head of Trading, State Street Global Advisors. New data mining and architecting techniques are helping to bridge the transparency gaps that challenged fixed...
By Steve Grob, Group Strategy Director, Fidessa. The traditional build or buy dichotomy is being eroded by the costs incurred to keep pace with regulatory changes and technological advances.