Director of product research and development for equity and index at Eurex, Stuart Heath, explains the benefits of TRFs and their future role in the market.
We have focused intensively on supporting the market during the pandemic and on promoting important trends that have been reinforced and accelerated by the pandemic, said Eurex chief executive Michael Peters.
By the industry, for the industry: OpenFin, LSE and FlexTrade simplify complexity on the buy-side trader desktop
Following widespread adoption and an overwhelming response to the Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium (FDC3), Mitra Roknabadi, VP and global head of marketing at OpenFin writes that this is just the tip of the iceberg.
In a world where physical stock borrowing is becoming ever more expensive for institutions to fund, the CFD is having something of a renaissance.
Reg NMS increased competition in US markets, and improved market quality for large stocks, but it also increased trading complexity. The adoption of such rules in Europe would be complicated and fundamentally change European markets. It would also risk unintended consequences.
The results of this year’s Algo Survey by The TRADE show independent brokers outperforming traditional bulge brokers in almost every category. We caught up with Mike Seigne, head of Execution Services at Redburn, to find out how these relatively small firms are able to outperform their much larger competitors.
Anya van den Berg, VP of data and analytics for Europe at Deutsche Börse, outlines the importance of data driven strategies in the wake of volatility and remote working conditions caused by the pandemic.
What are the major factors that small and medium broker dealers need to consider when selecting a partner for a sell-side trading workflow?
Ahead of the launch of Cboe Europe Derivatives (CEDX), Ade Cordell, president of Cboe NL, and Conor McCann, head of European derivatives sales at SIG, which has committed to being a market-maker in CEDX index options products, discuss their expectations for the new market.
Survey respondents say market and reference data strategies need updating, requiring drastic cultural changes in organisations, and a rethink on how to use data management to better leverage investment.