Head trader for EMEA equities at Invesco, David Miller, has spent almost 40 years on the frontlines of the European trading landscape. The winner of The TRADE’s prestigious buy-side lifetime achievement award talks about his career from the floor of the London Stock Exchange in the 1980’s to Invesco’s trading desk today, and why the buy-side are now the primary price makers in the market.
According to Spanish media, BlackRock and Candriam also reportedly bid for Sabadell Asset Management.
The acquisition is expected to deliver benefits to BMO’s electronic trading platform, and will close in the second quarter this year.
The trading desk of the future has been identified by buy-side and capital markets participants in a technology survey by Refinitiv and Greenwich Associates. How do they think artificial intelligence, big data and analytics will benefit their industry by 2024?
Cboe Global Markets wants to implement the data feeds in multiple locations in a bid to reduce SIP latency, as debate on equities market data continues in the US.
The launch includes its dark liquidity seeking routing logic, as Cowen looks to expands services across Europe.
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Rob Wemyss spent 25 years with JP Morgan, and will now head up business development for FX options trading platform Digital Vega.
Founded by a former fund manager and corporate broker, FeedStock provides AI and NLP technologies to help firms meet regulatory requirements.
Compliance technology providers Red Deer and Cappitech will offer each other’s services to their respective clients for a more integrated solution.
Citadel Securities joins market makers IMC, Maven Securities and Optiver, already committed to providing liquidity to Fenics GO.
The MiFID II SI regime, best execution reporting, market data costs and the share trading obligation were among the areas the EFSA has urged authorities to prioritise.
Despite the extension to comply with the final phase of the uncleared margin rules, major operational challenges remain for buy-side firms.
The NSE of India traded 6 billion contracts in 2019, up 58% from the year prior, compared to 4.83 billion contracts traded at CME Group.
ChartIQ software will provide traders using the Charles River IMS with greater insights into trading decisions.
Despite Libor being due to cease at the end of 2021, UK authorities have set out a timeline for the shift to the Sonia benchmark throughout this year.
Barclays will distribute its Liquidity Cost Score bond metrics on the Open: FactSet Marketplace.
Global head of client services at Horizon, Vincent Dumontoy, says the new EOMS system is unique to the options market.