The Tradetech Daily

The TradeTech Daily 2009 Issue 2

The TradeTech Daily 2009 Issue 2

The TradeTech Daily 2009 Issue 2

In this issue:

“We cannot cope with another wave of regulation”
Industry looks beyond MiFID’s best execution requirement for measures to stem the tide of prescriptive reform 

Bear facts
TradeTech takes place this year with mixed views of whether a recovery is in sight 

London data fog to clear
FSA “weeks away” from proposing a framework for post-trade reporting 

New order in the post-Lehman world
Broker lists are being re-evaluated as delegates at this year’s TradeTech point to counterparty risk and a reduction in service levels as catalysts for change 

Best price does not equal best execution
Costs of trading are on a downward trend, but the future lies in allowing participants to pay for targeted flow 

Buy-side seek streamlined IT solutions
Firms under pressure to do more with less 

Market conditions stress-test TCA
A combination of increased fragmentation and volatile trading conditions is forcing both service providers and users to revisit their use of transaction cost analysis to provide meaningful input in the search for cost reduction 

TradeTech casts a light on fragmentation
European markets have yet to master the challenges of fragmentation, believes Morgan Stanley’s Andrew Silverman, chairman of Day Two of TradeTech 

Manic street preacher
Never mind ‘bulls’ and ‘bears’, according to John Coates, senior research fellow in neuroscience and finance at the University of Cambridge, testosterone levels are to blame for periods of market euphoria and gloom and have been observed to push traders to the edge of clinical mania 

Users unable to make informed CCP choices
Market participants focus too heavily on clearing costs when selecting CCPs 

Equiduct provides instant view of European liquidity
OrangeLiquidity Viewer to be demonstrated for the first time at TradeTech 

Fixnetix launches risk tool for high-frequency traders
Solution allows users to fine tune pre- and post-trade risk 

Skyler releases data feed handler for multiple markets
New product allows users to consolidate data feeds 

Deutsche exhibits new algos at TradeTech
Offering includes execution consulting 

Chi-X announces dark pool, enhances capacity
New dark order book due to be launched in Q2 

US broker breaks into Europe
Knight offers smart routing to European markets 

Citi launches dark pool for EMEA
Citi Match to combine range of liquidity 

Orange connects trading network to BATS Europe
Low latency solution offers ‘easy access’ to BATS Europe 

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Other editions:

The TradeTech Daily 2009 Issue 1
The TradeTech Daily 2009 Issue 3
The TradeTech Daily 2009 Issue 4