Tag: JP Morgan Asset Management

Neil Joseph: automating trader workflows

Ahead of TradeTech, European head of equity trading at JP Morgan Asset Management, Neil Joseph, tells The TRADE that automation helped his trading desk navigate a 40% increase in volumes in 2020.

Embracing artificial intelligence for the buy-side

The increasing use of artificial intelligence and machine learning systems among buy-side firms is in danger of creating a hype bubble – The TRADE examines where asset managers are currently using these technologies to optimise their trading strategies and what pitfalls firms must avoid to (eventually) foster a harmonious trading between man and machine.

Request for quote in equities: Under the hood

As two major trading venues launch request for quote (RFQ) models for equities trading, Hayley McDowell delves into the specifications of each RFQ systems, and after speaking to sceptical senior buy-siders, finds that the venues could face significant barriers to market-wide adoption.