Proposed reforms to the UK capital markets include the removal of the share trading obligation and the controversial double volume caps for dark trading.
Nearly a third of buy-side traders are prioritising the implementation of rules-based trading automation in 2021, study from Bloomberg and WBR reveals.
As part of a scheme by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Northern Trust is the latest major bank to launch an eFX trading and pricing engine in the region.
LSEG’s European trading venue saw lit average daily volumes increase 30% from January to March 2021.
New hire at HKEX comes at a crucial time for the exchange group as it looks to implement and roll out several key post-trade initiatives.
The new base at Optiver will focus on derivatives trading in commodity and equity products on Singaporean and global exchanges.
The agreement follows months of stalemate in discussions between the two entities regarding UK-EU equivalence across the financial markets.
Alongside the acquisition, Cboe has appointed Bryan Harkins to replace BIDS Trading president Tim Mahoney as he retires after 15 years in the role.
The execution algorithms from Quantitative Brokers launched on the Osaka Exchange are co-located at JPX, for close proximity to the exchange’s matching engines.
A survey by FIA has found that 23% of firms see fragmentation of markets as the most concerning impact of Brexit on the derivatives market.