BNP Paribas buy-side clients to receive independent transaction-cost analysis through Itarle Vision platform.
The TRADE profiles its Rising Stars of 2018, concluding with Jack Boland, Tim Miller, Andrea Bradshaw, Richard Pinnington and Edouard Bugeaud.
Fund manager Öhman will use Refinitiv’s desktop, trading, data and analytics as part of the deal.
The TRADE profiles its Rising Stars of 2018, continuing with Georgina Sansom, Alexander Hunter, Rene Naya, Marten Bressel, Jan-Pieter De Paepe.
The TRADE profiles its Rising Stars of 2018, continuing with Michael Vaughan, Ben Wiseman, Kevin Flood, George Wales and Christoph Himmel.
The TRADE profiles its Rising Stars of Trading and Execution 2018, starting with Andrew Wynd, Michael Johns, Xavier Leopold, Alexandra Tidy and Joe Moloney.
Buy-side may be able to become fixed income market makers in future through open trading according to Fixed Income Leaders Summit panel.
Carl James and Yann Couellan persuaded some delegates at the Fixed Income Leaders Summit this week that there is no need for an EMS in fixed income trading.
Fragmented nature of European regulatory authorities means a TRACE-style source of fixed income data is unlikely to be replicated in Europe, according to panelists.
Heads of trading from Pictet Asset Management and BlueBay Asset Management underline the importance of adaptability as trading technologies become more automated.