Opening Cross: Has SIFMA Passed Its ‘Low’ Point?

Max Bowie, editor, Inside Market Data

The weather is heating up in New York City, which can mean only one thing: time for the annual SIFMA conference and exhibition. But some are wondering whether one of the big drivers of technology spend in recent years—low latency—has already overheated.

According to a Tabb Group report, “we’ve reached just about as much speed as we’re ever likely to know, at least within individual matching engines and between New York and Chicago.” And while opportunities still remain in Asia, once the region

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