Now seen as the month that changed the world, Joe Parsons takes an in-depth look at how hedge funds and prime brokers responded to the economic crisis that ensued in March, and what the ‘new normal’ could for be the HF-PB relationship.
In celebration of TradeTech’s 20th Anniversary, buy-side industry veteran and head trader for EMEA equities at Invesco, David Miller, explores the evolution of trading over the past two decades.
New York-based digital asset security specialist adds Franklin Templeton to its list of investors after $23 million funding round.
Dale Brooksbank will relocate back to the UK after four years heading up equities trading for ADIA’s centralised dealing department.
Ahead of the virtual TradeTech event this week, The TRADE takes a look at some of the hottest panels and keynote speeches that you shouldn’t miss.
When Unigestion formed a cross-asset solutions team several years ago, Eric Champenois and his team were tasked with evolving the trading desk. Here, Hayley McDowell finds that while the shift to multi-asset operations was challenging, it has since paid dividends.
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.