ETAS 2015 Roundtable Hits on Startups, Role of 'Benevolent Dictators'

Innovation was front and center at the European Trading Architecture Summit 2015 in London.

Innovation is on the agenda at the European Trading Architecture Summit 2015, London.

There's no doubt about it: innovation is firmly on the technology agenda, whether it be driven by disruptive technologies and startups or by regulation forcing firms to change, and there was a general sense at this year's ETAS C-Level roundtable that the landscape of trading technology is braced for change.

Encumbered by Legacy

But who might drive this change? It's an important questions to ask: With all their resources and accumulated years of expertise, why do financial firms find themselves

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