20 September 2019
Trading venues
LSEG chief says Refinitiv integration could take up to five years to complete

LSEG CEO, David Schwimmer, told delegates at the ISDA conference in London this week that integrating Refinitiv will take years to complete.

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Nasdaq hires hedge fund alternative data veteran for analytics firm Quandl

Evan Reich joins Quandl from $18 billion hedge BlueMountain Capital, where he oversaw alternative and market data for the quant and fundamental teams.

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Sponsored by LCH
The impact of uncleared margin rules

As the buy-side continues to grapple with uncleared margin rules (UMR), Tamaryn Nuttall, LCH ForexClear’s chief operating officer, stresses the importance of early preparation and how clearing can be used to navigate the operational complexities of compliance.

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INTL FCStone joins SGX as derivatives trading and clearing member

The addition of INTL FCStone brings SGX’s total derivatives trading members to 62, and clearing members to 25.

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Leaders in Trading 2019: Editors’ Choice awards shortlists revealed

Winners of this year’s Editors’ Choice awards across 17 categories will be announced on 21 November during the Leaders in Trading 2019 ceremony.

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Devexperts: Addressing legacy tech in FX

Jon Light, VP of Trading Solutions at Devexperts, talks to TRADE TV at this year’s TradeTech FX Europe conference about how firms can address the challenges of legacy technology in the FX space.

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Webinar: Humans, Machines & the Future of Trading

Join The TRADE and Refinitiv on 3 October for the Humans, Machines & the Future of Trading webinar to learn about the rise of AI and alt data, where the opportunities are and how buy-side firms can take advantage.

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The Bloomberg Open China Survey

The liberalisation of China’s trillion-dollar financial markets presents an enticing opportunity to global investors. But what’s your view?  Tell us your perspective and find out what other readers of The TRADE think of these new opportunities.

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Issue 60Now Available

In our latest issue, we speak to Cathy Gibson, head of dealing at Royal London Asset Management about building a desk on the foundation of diversity in the face of increasing market complexity and evolving trading conditions. We also examine the increasing trend of outsourcing the buy-side trading desk, the state of fixed income trading in 2019, how the buy-side can embrace artificial intelligence, and present the second part of the 2019 algorithmic trading survey.

Tullett Prebon to pay $13 million for swaps trading desk compliance failures
Sell side
JP Morgan and Societe Generale invest in FinTech aiming to transform voice-traded markets
Buy side
BlackRock aims for “cathedral builders” by looking beyond front-office roles
Leaders in Trading 2019: Editors’ Choice awards shortlists revealed
Fixed Income
Virtu Financial extends TCA to FX and fixed income
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