Neil Joseph, European head of equity trading at JP Morgan Asset Management, talks to John Brazier about his 16 years at the business, the underlying importance of new trading technology and how the desk is handling ever-increasing volumes.
AXA Investment Managers will cut 160 jobs in France and 40 in the UK as part of organisational restructure.
New report suggests that spending, automation and outsourcing of compliance functions at buy-side firms will increase over the next five years.
Trades by JP Morgan and Citadel processed by ‘no-touch’ platform designed to remove post-trade manual processes.
Global survey of fund managers suggests the buy-side is now feeling the consequences of MiFID II unbundling rules.
Peter Thompson spent almost 15 years at Goldman Sachs before founding Source ETF which was acquired by Invesco last year.
New hires for ETF distribution for Germany, Austria and Italy alongside further appointments in London, Spain and the Nordics.
Survey by WBR ahead of TradeTech FX conference finds automation is the biggest priority for buy-side FX trading desks.
Survey by Linedata suggests the buy-side is less concerned about MiFID II but increasingly interested in cryptocurrencies.
Mark Zinkula, CEO of LGIM, will retire in August next year after seven years as CEO.