As social media becomes more influential as a source of information, firms can expect it to come under the eyes of regulators.
Alex Lamb, Head of Marketing & Head of Business Development Americas at The Technancial Company, delves into the role of a trader and the importance of monitoring participants effectively.
For the last two years Eurex has been heavily engaged with understanding how MiFID II will impact its business and how to address these new regulatory hurdles.
<p>With the rise of social media as a political tool, it seems elections may never be the same again. Social media has become a vital tool for political campaigns in pushing messages out as widely as possible, but can also be a campaign’s biggest stumbling block if they get it wrong.</p>
Reinventing the (Algo) Wheel: Performance-Driven Trading As a Solution to MiFID II Testing Requirements
By Scott Kurland and Daniel Shaw, Managing Directors at ITG
<p>Asset managers around the world are starting to unbundle and price research, even if new European rules don’t directly apply to them.* Clare Witts is the head of relationship management at ITG Asia Pacific.</p>
Social media continues to be a cutting edge field, pushing the boundaries of global communications, breaking news, and technology, but can it really be a useful indicator for investors?
<p>Mark Goodman of UBS assesses the pace of change as banks and their clients adjust to the changes in market structure.</p>
With regulation set to bring widespread changes across the European markets, The Trade Derivatives speaks to Euronext’s Adam Rose, head of Financial Derivatives, about how this will drive execution decisions in the equity options market in the next decade.
<p>The European Commission’s draft of MiFID II delegated acts, which was leaked in December, caused a stir regarding the use of commission sharing arrangements in paying for research going forward.</p>