In this episode of the TRADE Talks podcast, the editorial team catch up with global head of sales and market data at TraditionDATA, James Watson, who outlines potential new models to sell market data.
As head trader at Polar Capital, Alex Jenkins has been establishing a centralised trading desk. Here, Hayley McDowell discovers that the move has proved invaluable for the investment firm amid a surge in market volatility.
Hedge fund BlueCrest Capital Management switches to SS&C Eze for multi-asset execution and trade automation.
Marlborough Investment Management is the latest in a string of new clients for AQMetrics following regulatory reporting shut downs at CME and Deutsche Börse.
The merged Franklin Templeton and Legg Mason group now has a combined $1.4 trillion in assets under management.
Although a relatively new trend on the buy-side, David Whitehouse finds that combining quantitative and fundamental investing strategies for a so-called quantamental investment strategy could prove valuable to active fund managers navigating a world grappling with a pandemic.
New data from the Investment Association reveals that 70% of asset managers reduced exposure to Libor in 2019.
ESMA has made several recommendations in its report on the MiFID II review, but a poll from Rosenblatt Securities suggests the buy-side is not quite on the same page as the regulator.
As it becomes a member of the ICE ETF Hub advisory committee, JP Morgan Asset Management will be a key development partner for the platform.
Recent study from hedge fund group AIMA outlines how short selling is an important tool for responsible investing, and for investors to hedge against ESG risks.