Bloomberg’s AIM is a leading order management system (OMS) that is used by nearly 15,000 professionals at over 900 client firms to manage more than $17 trillion in assets.
Following extreme market conditions at the height of the COVID-19 crisis, David Whitehouse explores how algorithmic trading performed in comparison to other market-moving events, and find the human touch remains critical.
Upon closure of the Eaton Vance takeover, Morgan Stanley Investment Management will have $1.2 trillion in assets under management.
Deputy global head of trading at Amundi, Gianluca Minieri, joins The TRADE to share his thoughts on the sell-side’s performance during the recent market volatility and how the pandemic has accelerated the buy-side outsourced trading trend.
Cathy Gibson will join Ninety One in the new year as global head of trading in a new London-based role as she departs Royal London Asset Management after just over two years.
Capital Group’s European trading head Simon Steward and WBR’s Henry Wallis join The TRADE to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the trading landscape and the upcoming virtual TradeTech 2020 event.
Following a surge in retail investment amid increased market volatility and the coronavirus pandemic, Annabel Smith unpacks its potential impact on institutional investors and the trading landscape.
A new report produced in partnership with Aite Group analysed historic data, spanning over the past decade from The TRADE’s Algorithmic Trading Surveys.
The TRADE’s editorial team is back in the latest podcast episode to discuss the industry's adoption of cloud technology with head of cloud enterprise data at Bloomberg, Cory Albert.
UK-based investment firm Charles Taylor has implemented the AIM OMS and PORT Enterprise analytics solution from Bloomberg.