Can exchanges leverage new tech to claw back ETF share from RFQ platforms?

Systematic trading strategies and proliferating data are bringing efficiency to an otherwise-fragmented European ETF market.

Automation and data-driven protocols are gaining ground in European exchange-traded fund trading, helping traders to negotiate a fragmented product and liquidity landscape, according to speakers at industry conference TradeTech Europe.

The rise of retail trading, increasing global volatility, and the success of the Ucits format—an EU framework aimed at ensuring that funds have diversified holdings—have all contributed to ETFs becoming more popular investments in Europe. The European ETF market is

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