Nadzan, a former Bloomberg MD, was most recently chief data officer at TradingScreen
Lingering questions remain over the SEC's handling of its own cybersecurity incident.
Companies link workflows for execution and order management systems.
Our reporters take a look at this year’s Waters Rankings category winners, complete with write-ups explaining their achievements over the last 12 months.
TS offers the basics of an OEMS platform through its mobile application.
Integration will support buy side's best execution requirements under European regulations.
Thomas will be responsible for initiatives and partnerships that fill out the vendor's service offering.
Tradecross is currently running in beta version and has been supported by 15 buy-side firms
Bolt, Strobe and Legger all will be made available on TradingScreen's electronic trading platform.
In April 2015, TradingScreen announced the launch of its Market Surveillance Tool.
New trading venue aimed at solving institutional liquidity challenges within the secondary Asian bond market.
After a few high-profile court decisions, regulator are taking aim at spoofing. While still an up-hill battle, technology is helping to lead the way.
New York-based firm's latest tool is a component of the TradeAnalytics family of products.
Latest release of TradingScreen Pre-Trade Decision Suite extends decision making functionality across asset classes.
Trading venue is the latest to join bonds fray.
Partnership to optimize efficiency and interaction between buy side, sell side and exchanges.
Providers take aim at regional end-to-end offering
Axa and Natixis among asset managers partnering with TradingScreen.
Move is first of its kind of for a broker-independent EMS
Interactive Data has hired industry veteran Bill Gartland as senior director of the vendor's new Continuous Evaluations service, which will provide continuously-updating prices for fixed income securities.
Technology vendor TradingScreen has debuted PairsHub, its electronic execution interface that connects with pair-trading algorithms from tier-one investment banks.
Market surveillance and compliance software provider B-next has hired Mike Rhoden as product consultant, based in London, to strengthen the vendor's UK operations and expand its international client base.
Although TradingScreen’s Jon Fatica envisions fixed income as the next frontier in transaction cost analysis (TCA), his company has put the bulk of its recent effort into foreign exchange (FX) TCA.
Equities and futures microstructures have always functioned differently—and in terms of algorithmic application, the latter has always benefited from the adventures of the former. From order placement optimization to a revived debate on pricing…