DMA's bright future on the buy side


Direct market access is by no means a new phenomenon on the buy side, even though its uptake to date has been restricted to certain hedge funds and the larger investment managers. But this is set to change as firms are being pressured by the expectation of best execution and squeezed margins, as LatentZero's Richard Hooke explains

Direct market access (DMA) exploded into the consciousness of the investment industry about five years ago. Specialist DMA technology providers sprung up, driven by

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