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Pay is a thorny issue, especially on the sell-side, where it is down significantly from pre-crisis levels and continuing to trend lower, according to a speaker at Thursday’s Asia Pacific Trading Summit, held in Hong Kong.
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Transaction cost analysis has come a long way since Tim Sargent traded equities in the mid-1980s, but the head of Markit Data Analytics and Research reckons new breakthroughs are still being made that will help institutional trading desks to forecast market impact more accurately.
When accessing dark liquidity, the biggest challenge for the buy-side trader is: