European equity markets ripe for electronic advance

The onset of severe regulatory changes in Europe will result in liquidity fragmentation, driving up buy-side adoption of electronic trading, DMA and other automated trading tools in order to perform effectively in Continental equity markets.

According to a new Tabb Group report, European institutional equity trading 2007: The buy-side perspective, the forecast is that the pending Mifid directive will facilitate greater cross-border trading and simplify regulatory processes for European buy

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