Even Outside Ultra-Low-Latency Trading, Technology Remains Key Competitive Factor

Keith Wood, Sybase; Edward Strauss, Baader Bank; Norman Hartmann, Aquila Capital; Peter van Kleef, Lakeview Capital Market Services

Although the entry costs for high-frequency trading can be prohibitive, and most market participants do not have the capital to write their own software, co-locate servers next to trading venues and invest in chip-based technology to run their algorithms, all trading firms—even those not sensitive to nanosecond-level latencies—must nevertheless continue to inject capital into their technology infrastructures, utilizing the full range of other technologies available to remain competitive, said

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Refinitiv’s PermIDs: Converting needs into opportunity

Refinitiv’s PermID framework was conceived as a proprietary tool to address an internal challenge around identifying objects in the firm’s information model. Once it had proved its worth, it was rolled out to the firm’s clients to significant success.

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