Joseph Bacchi, Head of Multi-Asset Trading and Investment Operations, Acadian Asset Management. Multi-asset trading requires a dynamic combination of a multitude of factors.
By Rupert Walker, Managing Editor, GlobalTrading. The challenges and opportunities of new technologies preoccupied delegates at the recent FIX Asia Pacific Trading Summit.
By Neil Bond, Partner, Equity Dealer, Ardevora Asset Management. In an evolving trading landscape, the buy-side needs to embrace technologies to extract liquidity wherever they find it.
By Erin Stanton, Managing Director, Trading Analytics, ITG. Historical performance indicates that traders should reduce their use of VWAP strategies during spikes in market volatility.
By Dr. Christian J. Zimmer and Leandro Pereira, Itaú Asset Management. Fixed income trading in Brazil is now much more efficient, and attention is moving to equity order matching and stock-lending.
An interview with Elizabeth Stark, Cofounder and CEO, Lightning Labs. The keynote speaker at the 16th FIX Asia Pacific Trading Summit discusses bitcoin, blockchain and the tech industry.
By Gianluca Minieri, Deputy Global Head of Trading, Amundi. Connectivity between communities and venues is the key to exploiting the scale, breadth and the depth of the European trading market.
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...
Tan T-Kiang, Chief Technology Officer, Grasshopper. AI and ML should be commoditised for the financial industry, but implementation suffers from technology weaknesses, data inadequacies and human inertia.
By Ambrose Tan, Head of Dealing - Asia Pacific, Aberdeen Standard Investments.The successful application of the latest technologies to trade execution requires clear and consistent rules.
By Vaibhav Shukla, Senior Vice President, Global Services, Itiviti. Automating quality assurance across a range of procedures provides cost benefit and productivity improvements.
By Stuart Baden Powell, Head of Asia Electronic Product, Macquarie, and Professor Dan Li of Hong Kong University. The only constant in algorithmic trading is change and continual improvements are necessary.
By Lee Bray, Asia Pacific Head of Equity Trading, J.P. Morgan Asset Management. The firm’s Asia Pacific equity trading team aims to have around 50% of trading automated with machine learning by the end of this...
By Philippe Burke, Portfolio Manager, Apache Capital. There are several ways that large asset managers could demand a change in behaviour from publically traded polluters.
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 Michael Beth, Vice President, Equity & Derivative Trading, WallachBeth Capital. Regulatory changes have created the need for increased execution transparency.
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 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 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 development processes and leverage...
By Gaurav Chakravorty, Co-Founder, Qplum. The only way the investment industry can deliver high quality returns at low recurring cost is by using AI.
By Damian Bierman, Global Co-Chair, Asia Pacific Technical Committee, FIX Trading Community. Regulators should recognise the properties of the FIX protocol in discussions about pre-trade allocation rules.
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.