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OPINION: Marketing Under Microscope


Eric Schneiderman turned heads on Wall Street late last month when the New York Attorney General sued Barclays for misrepresenting … Read more

Reassessing Dark Pools


Scrutiny on equity-trading venues that are out of the ‘light’ of public exchanges is ratcheting up in the wake of … Read more

Summer C-Level Series: Tony McCormick, BOX Options Exchange


What have been the main themes of your business so far this year? Read more

Malaysia Awaits CFTC Direct-Access Approval


Average daily trading volumes at Bursa Malaysia doubled after the launch of a partnership with CME Group and could receive … Read more

Branching Out


BMO Global Asset Management steps up from just a regional player Read more

Buy Side Assesses Pre-Trade Compliance


Pre-trade compliance has become a major pain point for buy side firms as regulations, especially around OTC derivatives, place the … Read more

Wanted: Bond Liquidity


Axa Investment Managers adapts to a more barren fixed-income landscape Read more

Got Compliance?


This entry is part 4 in the series Institutional Equity Traders Tap Pre-Trade AnalyticsInstitutional investment firms manage money on behalf … Read more

Global Regulatory Arbitrage and the Asian Time Bomb


By Zohar Hod, SuperDerivatives Read more

For Block Traders, ‘Big Data’ is Double-Edged Sword


For U.S. institutional equity traders seeking to efficiently execute large buy and sell orders, the good news is there is a wealth of available data and information available. Read more

Corporate-Bond Dark Pools Emerge


This entry is part 3 in the series Corporate Credit Traders Seek Diverse LiquidityFor an institutional investor that wants to … Read more

A Liquidity Mosaic


This entry is part 2 in the series Corporate Credit Traders Seek Diverse LiquidityIn September 2013, Verizon Communications sold $49 … Read more



The facts about and the future of a fundamental facet of the options market Read more

In Bonds, One Size Doesn’t Fit All


This entry is part 1 in the series Corporate Credit Traders Seek Diverse LiquidityFixed-income markets are massively heterogeneous compared with … Read more

Regulatory Harmonization in Focus


As regulators across the U.S., Europe and Asia move forward with new derivatives regulations, the concern among market participants is … Read more

HFT Debate Highlights Need for Transparency


In the recharged debate about high-frequency trading touched off by mainstream news coverage of Michael Lewis’ Flash Boys, there is … Read more

European Markets Gain Traction


European markets have stabilized after some difficult times after the past few years, and renewed investor interest has the so-called … Read more

FCA Pushes for International Cooperation


John Griffith-Jones, chairman of the UK Financial Conduct Authority, said international cooperation between regulators had improved since the crisis but … Read more

Europe Weighs in on ‘Flash Boys’


Mark Hemsley, chief executive officer of Bats Chi-X Europe, said he disagreed with claims in Michael Lewis’ new book that … Read more

EuroCCP Gets EMIR Authorisation


EuroCCP, the European equities clearer, has become the second central counterparty to become authorised under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation … Read more

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