Theo is a reporter for WatersTechnology, based in our London newsroom. He was previously a Moscow correspondent for business newspaper bne IntelliNews, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Russian with French from the University of Cambridge. His email is email@example.com.
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The president of the European Central Bank argues for a more ambitious, top-down approach to the capital markets union.
Operations professionals in Europe look across the pond for lessons in managing shorter settlement cycles.
The new division is tasked with identifying new areas for standardization.
The average FX professional uses eight applications at any one time. But integrating the FX workflow is a daunting task.
Execs at TP Icap and Societe Generale say the identifier removes a major barrier for crypto acceptance.
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With political appetite established on both sides of the Channel, attention is turning to the technical details.
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The tech provider gains TCA, analytics, and algo optimization tools as established vendors vie to build more comprehensive platforms.
A FIX working group is hoping to standardize the way that venues communicate with the sell side when markets fail.
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The company’s Q4 call also hinted at developments in its use of AI in fixed income markets.
The vLEI has ambitions to become the backbone of digital trust.
The fixed-income trading provider’s Adaptive Auto-X automation tool and new data offerings were a bright spot amid lackluster Q2 earnings.
During Nasdaq’s earnings call, Adena Friedman explained to skeptical investors why the deal makes sense for the exchange operator.
Automation is gaining traction in fixed-income markets, but use cases are limited and progress is slow. Market participants must overcome some uniquely human problems before they fully embrace the machine.
The EU has finally reached a compromise on a consolidated tape. But Theo wonders if it is too little, too late.