The Tradetech Daily

The TradeTech Daily 2008 Issue 3

The TradeTech Daily 2008 Issue 3

The TradeTech Daily Issue 3

In this issue:

Fighting talk as rival MTFs take the stage
Turquoise CEO quashes rumours of further delay and tells delegates that the pan-European MTF is in business development mode 

DnB Nor in the spotlight
DnB Nor Asset Management is a double winner in buy-side award categories 

Algo trading comes of age
Algorithmic trading techniques have evolved to the point where multi-asset class strategies are being embraced 

Buy-side will benefit from MiFID – eventually
Although they will have to wait, buy-side clients will ultimately benefit from recent changes to the European trading landscape 

Bringing order to execution
There is no single ‘best’ approach to acquiring the functionality that a buy-side desk needs to manage its trading needs efficiently 

Private thoughts
Buy-side heads of desk were given space on Wednesday afternoon to compare notes away from prying eyes 

Buy-side empowerment – at what cost?
Alpha generation is at the core of buy-side empowerment – but it could come at a price when accessing sell-side technology 

Buy-side romps to victory
Sell-side loses out for second year running 

Dealing with interesting times
Bloomberg’s chairman scotches notions of a common view on industry challenges 

SOR evolution demands intelligent design
As interest in SOR grows, it is the level of interactive intelligence that will be the differentiator 

Learn from US, but don’t copy
A more client-focused approach will help European providers get to grips with the challenges that liquidity fragmentation will bring to Europe, Knight Capital’s CEO told TradeTech delegates 

A giant step for the buy-side
Multi-asset class trading systems may be seen as the next logical step in efficiency – but a great leap forward may be required 

Dark liquidity challenges exchanges
Despite exchanges’ robust defences of their public limit order books, they may not be the best place for certain orders 

The coming of the dark ages
Non-displayed liquidity is going to become increasingly important in tomorrow’s trading world 

The heat is on SOR
Cheuvreux is showcasing its ‘heat map’ at TradeTech, designed to sit atop its smart router 

GL Trade launches MarketMap Plus and enhanced GL RIMS
System upgrades offer a more complete data solution and reduces the risk of manual processing 

RealTick EMS incorporates Euro Millenium dark pool
Trading solutions provider Townsend Analytics has added the NYFIX Euro Millenium dark pool to their RealTick EMS system. 

Turquoise connects to RTS
RTS to provide connectivity and DMA to new MTF 

Algorithms shown to outperform alternative methods of execution
TradingScreen announce preliminary findings of its algo trading analysis 

EMCF cuts clearing fees
The European Multilateral Clearing Facility claims fee reductions will make it half the price of other European clearing houses 

NYSE Arca introduces new pricing model
Liquidity providers benefit from rebates and fee reductions 

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Other editions:

The TradeTech Daily 2008 Issue 1
The TradeTech Daily 2008 Issue 2
The TradeTech Daily 2008 Issue 4