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.
The HSBC Fixed Income Team examine the multiple definitions of frontier markets and the ways to access the non-correlated returns and high yields they can offer.
Chris Sparrow, head of research, and Melinda Bui, director of trading analytics, at LiquidMetrix explain how applying domain knowledge to its database of client orders can create features that help get the most out of the machine learning algos.
When it comes to using China market data, how can firms navigate the China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS) or get the best possible coverage, including across commodities and ESG, writes Doug Munn, head of Elektron Real Time at Refinitiv.
Bill Stephenson, managing partner at AIR Summit, and Mike Bellaro, CEO of Plato Partnership, talk to The TRADE about the first-ever London AIR Summit and the event’s evolution to date.
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.