What defines a human? If it is the ability to think autonomously and to evolve to the surrounding environment, then it is not so difficult to draw comparisons between us Homo sapiens and the latest trading algorithms.
Trading firms in many cases prefer computerized algorithms to human traders, but algorithms are beginning to look more human every day—not least through the mistakes they are prone to make.
Algorithms have had a lot of bad press in recent times, but for Andrew Saunders, managing d
Anthony and James delve into how the systematic internalizer regime is shaping up, and then examine the regtech sector.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
- Waters Rankings 2017: All the Winners & Why They Won
- Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 83: Systematic Internalizers & RegTech
- Former NLX Chief Takes Interim CEO Job at UK Fintech Body
- Mifid Gears Grind into Motion as Systematic Internalizers Emerge
- Power to the People: Will MiFID II Data Disaggregation Deliver on Cost Control Promises?