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A-Team paper Buy AND Build: a blueprint for a modern, agile trading system

June 22, 2016
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High speed, low latency trading connectivity is no longer enough to differentiate you from your competitors – so how do you add value to your trading systems? How can you create a trading platform that is 1) Flexible enough to accommodate constantly changing needs, 2) Powerful enough to deliver the analytics for better informed trading decisions and 3) Fast enough to meet both customer and regulator expectations of trade visibility close to real time? This report explores:

  • The challenges of achieving business performance while dealing with endless regulatory demands (like MiFID II or Reg AT), tightening rules by execution venues, and operational cost pressures.
  • How to add market intelligence to your trading platform, such as better price discovery, faster analytics, robust risk controls and credit checks.
  • Whether a platform with a library of trading apps – from pricing a new instrument, to modifying the quote logic for market making, to realising a new trading strategy – could give you the flexibility and control to meet these challenges and build an agile trading system.

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