An examination as to how the buy side is embracing algo wheels and where the challenges still remain.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the last week, including Lisa Fiondella (pictured), who joins Finastra.
The exchange group is developing new regtech products while looking to move these offerings to the cloud in 2020.
To get a good deal in fast-moving FX markets, buy-side firms need to know the time. Some of them don’t.
Smart contract developers should not be responsible for violations of regulation perpetrated on the blockchain, says Katten special counsel.
Chi-X launched MatchPoint to meet the demand for anonymous trades during the closing auction.
The crowd-sourced trading platform is looking to create a competitive arena for quants to test their algorithms.
A deep-dive into how capital markets firms are using open-source tools to experiment with machine learning.
Banks have long been using synthetic data to validate solutions, but tech advancements and regulatory pressure have established this practice as a crucial step in the development and testing of technologies.
Potamus has seen its US equities platform grow in the past year.
The bank is also looking at using AI for intelligent IOI suggestions based on clients’ trading profiles.
The CFTC's new chair could reopen the controversial algo-trading rules—if he gets time.
Bayesian analysis can replace random forest with a single, powerful tree, writes UBS’s Giuseppe Nuti.
By distributing stories prior to performing its full editing process, MT Newswires can give ICE clients several crucial minutes of exclusive advantage, compared to mechanical latency improvements that might deliver mere fractions of a second.
New modules will allow users to modify certain aspects of algorithmic code.
Markets in Asia lack the speed and throughput of their US counterparts.
Traders in the US, Europe and Asia behave differently. Wei-Shen Wong finds out how cultural differences can influence the popularity of certain algorithms.
Fabrice Silberzan is playing a key role in the transformation of BNP Paribas Asset Management. With his background working across different cultures and various roles, from IT to securities and HR, the opera-loving Frenchman has a lot of lessons to share…
The venue operator is building its own container to house current and future algorithmic offerings.
Subsidiaries of NSE and BSE expect an increase in liquidity for Indian derivatives products.
Independent validation and ease of distribution to clients are among the factors for the partnership.
While economic measures might place markets in Kenya, Tanzania, Palestine and elsewhere firmly in the “emerging” bracket, their use of technology is anything but.
The enhanced presence and a move beyond rates are a result of new CEO Ralf Roth's plans to scale Quantitative Brokers' business beyond its core interest rate futures focus.
The algorithmic trading platform will now cover pricing for high-yield corporate bonds in addition to investment-grade bonds.