Readers of The TRADE invited to complete five-minute survey on the US Treasury market and receive results this summer.
ICE DataVault to provide aggregated real-time tick data via programmatic, cloud, or ‘click-thru’ access.
Acquisition to further Refinitiv end-to-end trading solution with order and portfolio management capabilities, expanding on existing execution and analytics services.
Scott Bradley, head of sales and marketing, London Stock Exchange, Cash Secondary Markets and Turquoise, London Stock Exchange Group reviews the current state of the equities trading landscape post-MiFID II.
Chief executive Christian Sewing tells investors that investment banking division will face cutbacks in effort to reverse fortunes.
Cboe FX Point solution to streamline relationship-based trading in foreign exchange markets.
The TRADE’s 2019 Algorithmic Trading Survey finds brokers are stepping up to the plate in the post-MiFID II landscape as banks struggle to keep pace.READ MORE
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Caius Howcroft joins New York-based vendor after three years with hedge fund Citadel.
New Request-for-Quote platform to launch in Q2 this year for European market participants.
Neptune to provide fixed income inventory data through the Charles River order and execution management system.
Former Barclays veteran to succeed Frank Pizzo as head of Wells Fargo’s EMEA operations as of 1 July.
Sourcing European equity liquidity continues to prove troublesome for asset managers under the new regulatory regime.
LSEG units announce new deal for reporting of Securities Financing Transactions ahead of new regulations due in April next year.
US equity options exchange group announces new plans for cash equities exchange slated to launched in Q2 2020.
Head of buy-side for London-based technology vendor to leave after completion of acquisition by ION Investment Group.
Group’s shareholders unanimously approve acquisition of Oslo-based exchange after receiving clearance from Norwegian Ministry of Finance.
Series C funding round led by Wells Fargo and including existing investors brings OpenFin funding to $40 million to date.
European Commission has fined Barclays, RBS, Citigroup, JP Morgan and MUFG a total of €1.07 million for involvement in FX trading cartel.