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Compression volumes for OTC interest rate derivatives continue to grow
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The goal is to harmonize securities settlement in Europe.
Up for discussion: markets, the economy, politics and more.
Niall Bohan, overseeing the European Commission’s planned Capital Markets Union, said asset managers will benefit most from the initiative but the sector need to provide…
This is the first post in a three part series where the Tradebook Quantitative Research team examines the after-hours trading environment and the opportunities these…
Sapient sets out to fix regulatory trade-reporting breaks with new automated reconciliation platform.
Seamless, ‘non-participatory’ experiences will soon be coming from a financial-services provider near you.
If Wall Street does not implement blockchain properly, the distributed ledger’s transparency quickly turns from a benefit to a problem, according to speakers at the…
The human touch can be a differentiator, even in an electronic market.
A weekly roundup of people moves in the securities business.
Algomi, the fintech company that provides a bond information network, is betting that old-fashioned voice broking will continue maintain its hold on trading in the…
Assessing natural selection as a creative force in financial markets.
MiFID calls for managers to unbundle research and execution payments.
Not as sexy as blockchain, but disruptive nonetheless.
With changes afoot in European trading, many capital markets participants find themselves busy in terms of planning for and managing regulatory change. The European Commission…
In this week’s Trading Up, Citadel is hiring a former Diamondback Capital Management co-founder to run a new equity unit while FIG grabs a pair of former KBW executives for its equity sales desk.
After waiting for the technology to mature enough, Web-based trading desks are beginning to take root on Wall Street.
There is a sense of excitement building on the Jefferies trading floor in mid-town Manhattan.