Having been instrumental in the development of the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) Protocol, chairman of Rapid Addition and director at FIX Protocol Ltd, Kevin Houstoun, provides a brief history of the industry’s messaging standard.
Julia Streets, CEO of Streets Consulting, takes a look at how data and technology have impacted the industry over the past decade and highlights how emerging technologies could reimagine the trading desk in the years to come.
Pictet Asset Management’s global head of fixed income trading, Carl James, takes a look at how traders have evolved since the Big Bang in 1986 and finds the ability to adapt remains as important now as it did then.
Former sales trader and industry veteran, Alexandra Foster, now director of insurance, wealth management and financial services at BT, outlines the impact of technology on trading processes.
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.
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.
The Worldwide Business Research event originally due to take place in Paris will be available virtually on the 20 and 21 October.
When it comes to seeking liquidity under MiFID II, a survey of senior traders has found that periodic auctions and conditional order types are the most useful.
Speakers at this year’s TradeTech conference were keen to extol the virtues of artificial intelligence and machine learning, but perceptions around transparency and trust must be addressed.
Global head of systematic trading and market structure at US firm throws doubt on systematic internalisers and periodic auctions.