Greater trading efficiencies via direct market access, algorithms and other tools across multiple venues have benefited buy-side front-office operations significantly in recent years. But as Stewart Eisenhart reports, these tools have also exposed managers to higher back-office processing costs as volumes have increased
According to a new Tabb Group study, Buy-side clearing: Driving efficiency through aggregation, the proliferation of trading venues available to investment managers has driven up
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