Number of participants rises above 60 since September 2015 launch
Dealers could save millions in broker fees and transaction costs, non-banks claim
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New tech required as buy side takes on larger role.
Software from Calastone seeks to bring structured products into the digital age
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Lack of hysteria does not equal complacency, says securities regulator
Predicting equity and futures tick by tick price movements
Beyond relational databases
Two platforms appeared to take an early lead in the first few months of the Sef regime, but one – Tradeweb – won high praise from users for its responsiveness, customer services and technology
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A second no-action relief period that exempted Sefs from issuing confirmations expired on November 29, leaving forex traders unsure whether Sefs can handle the requirement
Barriers include a lack of finalised rules and technology for scalable operations
As computational demands on banks have increased, some have turned to powerful graphics processing units, but these were initially applied at the transaction pricing level. Now, they are starting to cover portfolio valuations and other enterprise-level...
Asic less concerned with high-frequency trading but is clamping down on dark pool operators
Wide-ranging changes to the the OTC derivatives market are leading insurers to upgrade their collateral management systems, often quite substantially. But the complex requirements and computational power needed is providing a challenge - not just for...
The success of a trading company's value chain relies heavily on modelling platforms that can perform an array of tasks such as developing forward curves and calculating risk sensitivities effectively. As a result, these models need to provide a set of...
The increase in electronic trading venues in the foreign exchange market has created the potential for further fragmentation of liquidity. Technology vendors have developed a variety of solutions in response
A portion of the European derivatives market will eventually be required to trade on OTFs – but change will be hampered without bank involvement, panellists say
Trading on the move