Wavelength Podcast Ep. 172: Buy-Side Trading & Automation

Jonathan Clark and David Hagen of Luminex join to discuss how the buy side is responding to an increasingly-automated trading environment.

Anthony Malakian, Editor-in-Chief of WatersTechnology, records a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.

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This week, Jonathan Clark, CEO of Luminex, and David Hagen, Luminex’s head of product, join the podcast to look at some of the challenges and opportunities that traders on the buy side face in today’s evolving, increasingly-automated market (3:30). Also, at the start, Anthony gives an update on the Waters Asia event taking place this week.


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Anthony Malakian: 646 490 3973; [email protected]


Past 10 episodes:

Episode 162: IEX on the Transaction Fee Pilot

Episode 163: Tony Amicangioli on Cloud, Race to Zero

Episode 164: Changes at WatersTechnology

Episode 165: Roman Ginis on Trade Execution

Episode 166: Brian Lichtenberger on Alternative Data

Episode 167: Keith Lubell on Libra, Big Tech & Programming Languages

Episode 168: A Look at the Hemp Market 

Episode 169: Wall Street Rides FAR for Autism Research

Episode 170: A European Consolidated Tape

Episode 171: FactSet’s Rich Newman on Open Data

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