TradingScreen’s 2007 buy-side traders’ conference will be held on Wednesday, April 18, and will focus on crossing networks and dark pools of liquidity.
There are now more than 30 crossing networks and dark pools operating in the U.S. financial markets, presenting potentially significant price and informational benefits for institutional investors, the firm notes.
This also holds challenges ranging from simple technical questions about how trades hit the consolidated tape, to how to find the other side of a dark pool trade.
Delegates will be given a complimentary TABB Group report, ‘Groping in the Dark: Navigating Crossing Networks and Other Dark Pools of Liquidity’, which will be presented by the research consultancy’s CEO Larry Tabb and discussed by a panel of industry experts.
The conference will be held at the St. Regis Hotel New York, Two East 55th Street, NYC, and will comprise an evening panel followed by a cocktail reception.