Winners and losers from the post-trade tech revolution

As the pace of tech evolution increases, Christian Sjoberg says firms that aren’t investing in new technologies to solve old post-trade problems will be left behind.

Global post-trade infrastructure has developed over decades in a series of national silos, historically shaped and defined by domestic regulatory regimes and regional exchange requirements. While the global trading industry has radically transformed over time, the post-trade network often remains built on legacy systems architected more than 20 years ago, patched together with an increasingly complex web of financial market infrastructure providers (FMIs) and other intermediaries.

Reform of the

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Systematic tools gain favor in fixed income

Automation is enabling systematic strategies in fixed income that were previously reserved for equities trading. The tech gap between the two may be closing, but differences remain.

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