By Shanny Basar, Markets Media London Stock Exchange’s pan-European RFQ cash equities to launch in Q1 2019
By Max Rybinski, Head of Proprietary Trading, JM Asset Management Ltd. As algo trading extends further from institutional into retail trading, how well do today’s traders know the tools they use?
By Shanny Basar, Markets Media ING has created an artificial intelligence tool with Dutch asset manager PGGM to help investors make quicker decisions
By Terry Flanagan, MarketsMedia Brokers are incorporating tenets of the scientific method into their own pursuits of buying and selling blocks of equity.
By Paul Roland, Global Head of Markets & Services, Banks & Brokers, Nasdaq Alternative Trading Systems (ATSs) in the US already spend a significant amount of resources on regulatory reporting.
By Michael Mollemans, Head of Sales Trading Asia-Pacific, Pavilion Global Markets Best execution is an evolving process, and so it is incumbent upon us to anticipate the trend in service expectations.
By Laurent Albert, Global Head of Execution, Natixis Asset Management Finance Building out TCA reporting for fixed income improves execution quality, raising at the same time the level of service for end investors.
By Jason Lam, Director - Head of APAC Electronic Equities Quantitative Analytics & Consulting, Deutsche Bank When measuring transaction costs, a new method is needed.
By Kathryn Zhao, Global Head of Electronic Trading, Cantor Fitzgerald Is it time for a new breed of algo?
A look inside Brussels, with Fabien Oreve, Global Head of Trading for Candriam Investors Group
CFETS is keen to work closely with the FIX organization and ISO TC68 to improve standardization in China’s domestic market and share its experiences with the world.
For the buy-side, multi-asset trading offers the promise of efficiencies, cost savings, and closer alignment with an increasingly interconnected global marketplace.
Algorithmic execution strategies are available for buy-side firms to automate execution in US Treasuries, improving performance and efficiency.
Outsourcing clearing can provide capital efficiency and access to liquidity as well as ensure that brokers are compliant with new regulations and accommodate the latest technologies.
Foreign investors raising allocations to China following MSCI partial inclusion will encounter a radically evolving market and will require expert guidance.
MSCI’s partial inclusion of China A-shares in its benchmark indices is a catalyst for inflows of global capital, and has prompted traders to rethink their algorithmic strategies.
Buy-side technology continues to evolve, but solutions offering different pieces of the portfolio lifecycle form a patchwork landscape.
The Women in Finance Awards Gala recognizes the most talented and accomplished women in multiple categories across the business of finance.
By Joseph Bacchi, Head of Multi-Asset Trading and Investment Operations, Acadian Asset Management Multi-asset trading requires a dynamic combination of available technology, broker partnerships, an educated trading team,...
By Steve Sachs, Managing Director, Head of ETF Capital Markets, Goldman Sachs Asset Management Fixed income ETFs are straightforward and transparent, offering highly liquid access to a core asset class and its sectors.
By Niamh Golden, Director, Analytics, ITG The move of trading volume to the end of the day in Asia and globally highlights a large natural liquidity event even for those not benchmarked to the close directly.
By Huw Gronow, Head of Dealing, Newton Investment Management. A standardised, consolidated transaction tape utility would provide consistent and complete liquidity data which would improve forecast future...
By Andrew Royal, Head of APAC Autobahn Analytics and Algorithms, Deutsche Bank. Identifying short-term alpha signals in the market can improve trading strategy logic.
By Lee Bray, Head of Asia Pacific Equities Trading, J.P. Morgan Asset Management. New technologies are improving single stock trading processes and creating a more structured environment.