As investor appetite for new opportunities and GDP growth rates continue to rise, 2019 is shaping up to be a strong year for emerging markets.
Sylvain Thieullent, CEO of Horizon Software, explains how MiFID II requirements are creating new opportunities around transparency for the buy- and sell-side alike.
Although the use of AI-led systems, such as algo wheels, automation and analytics solutions, have been in use for some time, the buy-side trading desk is primed to develop these tools even further.
Scott Bradley, head of sales and marketing, London Stock Exchange, Cash Secondary Markets and Turquoise, London Stock Exchange Group reviews the current state of the equities trading landscape post-MiFID II.
As a fully MiFID II compliant trading protocol, RFQ introduces another element of choice and control to the way buy-side firms can access liquidity in cash equities on-venue, says Adriano Pace, head of equities (Europe) at Tradeweb.
The TRADE talks to Adam Matuszewski, senior product manager at Securities & Exchanges, about how SIX has reshaped Swiss equity trading with its non-displayed pool, SwissAtMid.
Ofir Gefen, President APAC at Itiviti, examines how the evolving investment and regulatory landscape affect the automated execution value chain, and why firms need to revisit their IT strategy in order to seize opportunities early and capture tomorrow.
Veronica Taylor, head of Euronext Block, tells The TRADE about Euronext’s continued focus on dark large-in-scale trading, as the exchange’s block MTF completes its transition to Euronext’s state of the art technology platform, Optiq.
MiFID II regulation is making inroads to improve transparency despite challenges.
Looking at the financial market and its infrastructure, it is worth noticing how the KDPW Group built Central Europe’s leading clearing and settlement infrastructure.