The low cost and high liquidity of ETFs are the main attractions in this asset class
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.
One organization’s savings is another one’s lost revenue.
RegTech could make sense of cluttered and intertwined sets of data
Why regulators should spend their time on other issues.
Regulatory changes could prove fatal for small Tier III asset managers in Europe
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.
Smart beta ETFs had net inflows in the first half of this year while standard equity ETFs suffered outflows
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.
Fund managers have complained that market data costs from European exchanges are much higher than the US
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.
The exchange operator plans major product rollouts by year-end.
The very broad term is often understood too narrowly.
Managing the next volatility spike is a high priority of the advisory committee.