December 2018: Walking Through Fire

James reflects on the importance of human involvement as trading technology evolves.

Jim Rundle

If you’re reading this column in print, you’ll likely be attending our annual, flagship conference, Waters USA. In which case, welcome. Coupled with the American Financial Technology Awards—which, if you’re reading this online, you’ll be able to peruse soon—we’re pretty proud of what our team at Waters has put together.

The agenda this year, I believe, reflects many of the changes that have been under way in financial markets for some time. Some of them are for the better—shortly after the

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