Although a relatively new trend on the buy-side, David Whitehouse finds that combining quantitative and fundamental investing strategies for a so-called quantamental investment strategy could prove valuable to active fund managers navigating a world grappling with a pandemic.
Mike Horan, head of EMEA trading at BNY Mellon Pershing, joins The TRADE to share his thoughts on the evolution of the trader during this economic uncertainty, and explains how advancements in technology have made working from home feasible for traders.
Pershing trading services will now be available to the wider BNY Mellon custody client base, and to new clients as a stand-alone service.
Pershing has recruited two new sales directors who will be tasked to support its ambitious growth strategy for Europe.
Prime brokers are stepping up their due diligence of hedge funds, becoming more forensic when looking to bring a hedge fund onto their balance sheet.
Lisa Dolly announces intentions to step down as CEO of Pershing after more than three years in the role.
Attracting and retaining the brightest talent available has become the new battleground for investment banks as new compliance obligations and technology developments create warring factions desperate to secure the best personnel possible. Hayley McDowell tells the story behind this method of attack and finds out that a talent shortage could be just on the horizon for major players.
Sell-side veteran Jeff Horowitz joins cryptocurrency exchange after a 12-year stint with Pershing.
SIs under MiFID II will still be very attractive trading venues for investors even if EU stamps down on networking attempts.