Getting it right. In earlier blog posts, we’ve discussed the challenges of implementing efficient trading infrastructure testing systems, and the intricate complexities of their adoption.
In previous blog posts, we have discussed the importance of trading infrastructure testing and the regulatory and operational impetus driving its necessity.
Internalization has historically involved a lot of manual processes, but these can be costly in terms of both accuracy and efficiency.
Automation throughout the trading process is increasing rapidly, but there are roles for human agency, according to participants at a roundtable discussion in New York City held in June 2017.
Best execution under MiFID II is a holdover from its predecessor, MiFID I, but with two kickers. First, it’s much broader in scope, applying to all asset classes vs.
In a world where trading firms always need to be one step ahead of the game in the technology race, it is becoming increasingly challenging to balance the demands of...
As continued strong growth is predicted for Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), the marketplace is also becoming increasingly complex.