Winners of this year's Buy-Side awards will be announced on 22 November during the Leaders in Trading 2018 ceremony.
Deutsche Börse Xetra and Eurex trading systems suffered technical glitch this morning, forcing the exchange group to delay start of trading.
LSEG announced plans to adds Euronext Growth stocks to its Turquoise MTF last month.
Constantinos Antoniades, global head of fixed income at Liquidnet, discusses the firm’s place in the current market structure and the next frontiers of innovation in corporate bonds.
Mary Schapiro was chair of the SEC from 2009 to 2012 and joined LSEG as a non-executive director in 2015.
MTS has upgraded its BondVision bond trading platform to include automated execution for RFQs.
Nominations for this year’s Rising Stars awards are now open and will run until 19 October.READ MORE
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Research from Jane Street shows that buy-side firms look for competitive pricing when choosing a counterparty to trade ETFs.
Interdealer broker will bring its two existing offices in London under one roof at new Canary Wharf location.
Investment bank to automate reconciliation processes across all business areas through new reconciliation and data control systems.
Five major market participants have cleared $200 million in notional of OTC SOFR swaps since CME launched the product in May this year.
First data completeness indicators for double volume caps from ESMA reveal Goldman Sachs, Liquidnet and Bloomberg had highest amount of incomplete data submissions.
Asset manager takes minority stake in first start-up to join Cobalt in-residence programme.
Latest technology deal extends partnership between HKEX and Nasdaq with addition of real-time risk management.
POSIT Alert conditional orders are already available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the US.
The custodian will also look to deliver new capabilities across data aggregation, data enhancement and data analytics to support trading and execution.
Attracting and retaining the brightest talent available has become the new battleground for investment banks as new compliance obligations and technology developments create warring factions desperate to secure the best personnel possible. Hayley McDowell tells the story behind this method of attack and finds out that a talent shortage could be just on the horizon for major players.
John runs through what you can find in the latest issue of The TRADE, now available to read online.