How can market and reference data boost profitability?

Hear insights from a new Refinitiv survey that explores ways in which firms are trying to harness the value of market and reference data to increase revenues and boost efficiencies.

Surveillance is only as good as the data that fuels it

Anthony Belcher, head of EMEA, ICE Fixed Income & Data Services, argues that passing the test on market abuse regulatory obligations will increasingly mean being ‘data fit’.

Empowering traders with technology

Rob Watts, head of equity business development for trading solutions at FactSet, tells The TRADE about the impact of the latest technologies and trends on institutional traders.

The changing face of derivatives reporting

Chris Childs, managing director, head of repository and derivatives services at DTCC, and CEO and president of DTCC Deriv/SERV, tells The TRADE about the industry’s need for a new approach to derivatives reporting.

No end in sight when it comes to innovation

Euronext is matching its pace of growth with a focus on innovation across its businesses. After a year as chief operating officer for the exchange operator, Georges Lauchard, talks to The TRADE about the Group’s approach to technology, scalability and its services in an ever-changing regulatory landscape.

The inflection point

Jason Rand, global head of electronic trading and distribution at Berenberg, provides a stark warning on the impact of rising market data and technology costs on the buy- and sell-side, and argues fees must be more representative of production costs.

Time to unlock the payments processing conundrum in 2021

Laurence Jones, director of post-trade strategy at CME Group’s Traiana, explains how post-trade processing remains fragmented and manual in nature, but 2021 is the year that firms should focus on optimising efficiency of payments and settlements.

Equity swaps: the acceleration to automation

Ryan Spencer, senior director and head of securities business development at Traiana, looks at the challenges buy-side clients faced during the pandemic and outlines how automation and centralised processes can revolutionise the equity swaps market.