New threats demand new security solutions.
Vendors and Wall Street firms are throwing everything at the blockchain wall to see what sticks.
The aim is to help market participants prep for coming changes in global margin requirements.
Highly focused algo is for the last 20 minutes of the Mexican trading day, five minutes in Brazil.
Robo-advisors are all the rage — but the technology has its ceiling.
One organization’s savings is another one’s lost revenue.
Reg NMS needs fixing says one executive and despite the odds, advocates change
RegTech could make sense of cluttered and intertwined sets of data
Why regulators should spend their time on other issues.
Aesthetic Integration provides verification that will allow software “to eat the world” over the next decade
Some say the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has strayed from its core mission of ensuring the fairness and honesty of markets.
Artificial intelligence replicates human behavior — flaws and all.
Wall Street brokers ready systems to help the buy-side trade ‘tick pilot’ stocks
Order management systems need to seamlessly handle crushes of trade orders.
Faulty ‘smart’ contracts could cost Wall Street millions, if not more.
MiFID II requires trading venues and their members to synchronise internal clocks to UTC.
Equities is not the only market that needs to deal with high-frequency trading.
The Bank of England has cut interest rates to the lowest since it was founded in 1694
NYSE and Nasdaq may try to beat IEX at its own game.
Tradition and LMRKTS have launched compression for foreign exchange forwards