Category: Agency trading
Regulators have laid down the law as to what they expect of broker-dealers in terms of pre-trade risk controls for both high and low touch trading.
The buy-side increasingly expects to get similar service for its high- and low-touch orders.
Transaction cost analysis (TCA) has risen steadily up the equity trading agenda over the past decade and is set to become even more important in 2019.
Under increasing pressure to reduce run-the-bank costs as is now the norm in the capital markets industry, firms are looking to consolidate and maximize efficiency.
A joint venture investment bank in mainland China, majority owned by a Tier 1 foreign bank, selected Itiviti’s agency trading solution to enhance order management, onboarding and middle office capabilities,...
The rise of low-touch trading desks offering DMA/DSA have emerged like start-ups inside institutions and have gradually captured the lion’s share of order flow and market growth, alongside the more...
Sell-side equities front office headcounts are leveling off from the radical reductions that followed the financial crisis.
Recent years have seen significant developments in financial products, regulation and technology that have fundamentally changed the institutional investment landscape and cost-benefit structure of the execution value chain.
Lars Wiberg, VP Product Management Agency Trading at Itiviti, talks to The TRADE about the evolution of electronic execution and the convergence of high- and low-touch trading.