The Tradetech Daily

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 2 – Focus day

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 2 – Focus day

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 2: Focus Day

In this issue:

Buy-side must speak as one on regulation
Traders’ voices go unheard in MiFID review process 

KYB – know your broker
To judge the efficacy of smart order routers buy-side traders are urged to stay on top of brokers 

Europe’s buy-side play catch up with HFT
Buy-side must get smarter to stop being disadvantaged by high-frequency strategies and stop unintended regulatory consequences  

It’s good to talk
People and service still make a difference to broker selection 

Slipping through your fingers?
High-frequency execution challenges chime with traditional buy-side 

Trading on the old model
Trading venues need not be limited to the traditional public limit order book model 

Who dares wins
Opportunities await traders who embrace new technologies 

Emerging through the ash cloud
Even a fuming volcano can’t stop TradeTech delegates! 

FIX delivers far and wide
FIX is a complex, multi-faceted standard that can transform trading, says Stuart Adams, FIX Protocol’s EMEA regional director 

A decade of agenda setting
Marcus Hooper, executive director, Pipeline Financial Group, reflects on TradeTech’s influence during a decade of unprecedented change 

Thomson Reuters launches faster global trading network
Elektron to deliver market data 20 times faster 

SunGard’s Valdi bids to cut sell-side costs
New suite of trading solutions aims to make pan-European trading more affordable 

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Other editions:

The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 1 - Advance edition
The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 3
The TradeTech Daily 2010 Issue 4 - Final day & highlights