By Cathy Gibson, Director and UK Head of FI Trading, Deutsche Asset Management. MiFID II is a catalyst for innovation in bond trading.
By Mike Bellaro and Nej D’Jelal, Co-Chairs, Plato Partnership. It is critical for the market to deliver continual improvement that address investor concerns.
By Curt Engler, Head of Equities Trading, The Americas, JP Morgan Asset Management. Systemisation should be a gradual process until it becomes a solid foundation for further development.
By Rupert Walker, Managing Editor, GlobalTrading. Technology and regulation are re-shaping the trading industry in a shifting geopolitical environment, according to speakers at the 15th Asia Pacific Trading...
By Ee Chuan Ng, China Head of Sales for Bloomberg L.P. China's $9 trillion bond market presents a long-term investment opportunity for yield.
By Sean Cunningham, Head of Capital Markets for iShares and Index Investing APAC, BlackRock. Exchange Traded Funds can be an increasingly important vehicle for investors to access depleted fixed income...
By Vaibhav Sagar, Senior Technology Consultant, Open System Tech. A tech consultant reviews CLSA’s Eugene Kanevsky’s recent article about a new generation of trading algorithms.
By Jim Northey, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Research, Itiviti. Market participants have a duty to ensure that they pursue best practices.
By Mark England, Senior Managing Director, Head of Asset Manager Sector Sales, Asia Pacific, State Street. The application of digital technology is shaking up the investment management industry.
By Vaibhav Sagar, Senior Technology Consultant, Open System Tech. A tech consultant reviews JP Morgan Asset Management’s Curt Engler’s recent article about trade automation.
By Gary Stone, Market Structure and Regulatory Policy Strategist, Bloomberg. MiFID II is much more than just responding to the EU’s new inducement rules.
By Vaibhav Sagar, Senior Technology Consultant, Open Systems Technology. A tech consultant reviews Eastpring Investment’s Sanjay Awasthi’s recent article about block trades.
By Joseph Bacchi, Head of Multi-Asset Trading and Investment Operations, Acadian Asset Management. A reliance on electronic tools creates a danger that human expertise is not fully harnessed.
By Michael O’Brien, Vice President, Head of Product Management, Global Risk & Surveillance, Nasdaq. Regulation plays a major role in the buy-side’s use of trade surveillance technology.
By Eugene Kanevsky, Global Head of Electronic Trading, CLSA. AI technology is an indispensable tool for traders to gain an edge in the algorithm arms race.
By Sanjay Awasthi, Director, Central Dealing Desk, Eastspring Investments. Different levels of stock liquidity determine the best way to transact a block trade.
By Courtney Doyle McGuinn, Operations Director, FIX Trading Community. The countdown continues in earnest to January 2018 and the go-live date for MiFID II compliance.
By Damian Bierman, Head of Asia-Pacific, Portware. Technology provided by third-party systems improves trading efficiency and enhances execution alpha.
By Ben Jefferys, Head of Trading Solutions, IRESS. Market participants need to take a clear, objective look at their own individual requirements before selecting an appropriate trading system.
By Tan T-Kiang, Chief Technology Officer, Grasshopper. Financial innovators face pitfalls and hurdles to compete successfully in a highly regulated environment and it’s not for the faint-hearted.
A roundtable write-up by Rupert Walker, GlobalTrading. Collaboration is essential to meet the regulatory challenges affecting the trading process and to ensure technology integration is effective and beneficial.
By Michael O’Brien, Vice President, Head of Product Management, Global Risk & Surveillance, Nasdaq. Nasdaq’s survey on compliance trends is a wakeup call for firms that are unprepared for new regulations.
By Jon Evans, Head of BT Private Wealth Markets. The next logical step in the evolution of execution services is to their application in private banking.
By Chris White, CEO, ViableMkts. Illuminating the true costs of corporate bond electronic trading requires expanding the criteria for evaluating platforms.