A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Anthony looks at what's become of NEX since the CME acquisition, as well as discussions over odd lot reform and S&P's Kensho implementation.
Former Integral, EBS executive joins FX trading platform.
The company, chaired by former Thomson Reuters chief Tom Glocer, will serve as a peer-to-peer network for trade financing.
Vendor launches EBS FX Benchmarks – a series of 30-minute FX snapshots across 15 currency pairs
Addition of major offshore renminbi trading bank to platform follows recent moves in China.
Firms wanting to benefit from the value of EBS’ fastest datefeed will have to also contribute value by making markets for 40 percent of the time. Eva Szalay reports on the move and market participants’ reactions.
Benchmark will provide price information for the dollar-yen rate during Japanese trading hours.
Between them, Fitzpatrick adn Machado have more than 35 years' experience in data, financial technology and trading.
The broker says the improvements make the feed the fastest live streaming FX datafeed available from a primary FX market venue.
Firms' best execution requirements and desire to expand strategies into FX markets are creating demand for a new breed of high-performance FX datafeeds.
The FX trading platform operators are bringing different approaches to the process of increasing transparency in the FX market.
Shumpert joins from Tradeweb to head up new fixed-income liquidity disclosure service's expansion to US market.
EBS BrokerTec CEO Gil Mandelzis will leave the company as Icap continues with sale of voice brokerage business to Tullett Prebon.
The EBS CHN benchmark will provide the first transparent reference rate for offshore RMB trading in international markets.
EBS hopes the streaming data will reinforce its position as a venue for reference prices in currency markets.
Data consumers and vendors are seeking to apply strategies and technologies from equities to other markets.
Acquisition to enhance EBS BrokerTec execution management system and trade cost analysis functionality.
The FX and bond trading platform has irked customers by introding separate fees for previously-bundled products.
Q4 2015 launch supported by eight liquidity partners, including Credit Suisse and Commerzbank.
Firm is first Canadian liquidity provider to join.
The new trading platform integrates all EBS's suite of products into one customizable user interface.
New team members have significant experience of e-trading businesses at other brokers.
First Derivatives to deliver its Delta Stream data analytics product through EBS trading platforms to all customers.