Nearly a third of buy-side traders are prioritising the implementation of rules-based trading automation in 2021, study from Bloomberg and WBR reveals.
The acquisition of BMO EMEA asset management arm will add $124 billion of AUM at Columbia Threadneedle, making it a top 35 global asset manager.
Following the explosive events surrounding GameStop in January, Annabel Smith unpacks the role of social media in this cautionary tale and its impact on institutional investors.
Tim Ryan joins Natixis IM as chief executive officer after four years at insurance group Generali, replacing Jean Raby who will step down this month after three years as CEO.
The sale of Lyxor Asset Management will boost Amundi as a leader in European ETFs and conclude the major restructure programme at Societe Generale.
Inés de Trémiolles joins the asset management arm as global head of trading within its global trading function after over 20 years with BNP Paribas.
Research by Greenwich Associates found that only 44% of US buy-side firms thought the SEC’s proposed ruling on electronic treasury trading venues would benefit the market.
A new study from BNY Mellon of 200 asset managers found an overwhelming 97% plan to outsource their data management infrastructure.
A gap in the market created by the squeezing of margins and the need for significant investment in execution and middle-office activities led AXA to offer outsourced trading.
Buy-side traders using TORA’s multi-asset platform will gain access to FX liquidity from CME Group’s EBS Market and EBS Direct.