Michael Steliaros, Global Head of Quantitative Execution Services at Goldman Sachs, explores how algorithmic research lies at the heart of the quest for better risk and cost models.
The trading desk of the future has been identified by buy-side and capital markets participants in a technology survey by Refinitiv and Greenwich Associates. How do they think artificial intelligence, big data and analytics will benefit their industry by 2024?
Chris Bruner, head of US credit at Tradeweb, dives into the firm’s Net Spotting solution which aims to reduce costs and risk associated around trading US corporate bonds.
Koine co-founder and head of strategy, Phil Mochan, on why market infrastructure and regulatory changes in Europe could make 2020 the year institutional capital buys into crypto currencies and sees the first quality digital securities come to market.
Gary Paulin, global head of integrated trading solutions at Northern Trust Capital Markets, explains how the rise of outsourcing in the buy-side front-office presents dealers the opportunity to be part of the solution.
The explosion of market data in fixed income is creating a host of new opportunities and challenges for the fixed income trading environment, but there are ways to benefit from the changes in this landscape, writes Jon Williams, head of fixed income at Refinitiv.
Kevin Wolf, CEO of Euronext FX, on the firm’s evolution and recent rebranding, how it differentiate from other FX platforms, and why the launch of its Singapore matching engine is a crucial component of the business.
Anju Sima, UK client and sales lead at MarketAxess, tells The TRADE about the firm’s newly launched Smart Select mechanism, which uses the firm’s unique data sets and automation technology to help buy-side clients optimise liquidity provider selection.
As the buy-side continues to grapple with uncleared margin rules (UMR), Tamaryn Nuttall, LCH ForexClear’s chief operating officer, stresses the importance of early preparation and how clearing can be used to navigate the operational complexities of compliance.
Christian Gressel, global head of electronic sales trading at UBS, considers how algorithmic trading is changing alongside client liquidity requirements and a shifting FX market microstructure.