The UK vote to leave the European Union has unexpected regulatory implications.
The City of London has to implement MiFID II by 2018 but may miss out on the CMU.
Investment managers are not first movers on distributed ledger technology.
Personnel moves at an electronic market maker and a pension fund highlight this week’s report.
U.K. decision to leave EU sets off a frenzy, though the trading day seems to go smoothly.
In tough markets, exchanges have the edge on dark pools.
Don’t go away, even if you sold in May.
The decision to leave the EU could cut into the financial industry’s outsized contributions to the UK economy and tax revenues
Exchanges are competing for renminbi business as Chinese markets open up.
Although distributed ledgers act as a bridge between organizations, don’t discount what they can do for a single firm.
Advancements in algos have put small-cap stocks — long the stuff of high-touch trading — in play for low-touch execution.
Like no one is all bad, CLSA Americas sees no dark liquidity pool as all bad.
Chinese regulators have made it easier for foreign investors to access the third largest bond market in the world
It’s about adjusting the X’s and O’s of a trade, intra-execution.
Euroclear and itBit plan to super-charge precious metals trading with a blockchain-based settlement system.
For the latest in financial technology, look to the stock market.
Top exec at the oldest U.S. stock exchange talks shop.
How to pay for research under MiFID II remains a hot topic
Firms should not expect a delay in the EU’s Market Abuse regs.
People moves in North American banks highlight this week’s report.