Merrill Lynch is slated to join a growing array of major sell-side firms that will allow third-party access to their algorithmic trading engines.
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Deutsche Bank has hired Mark Woolley to head up the German bank's European insurance origination department, part of the company’s debt capital markets division.
Inter-dealer broker GFI has completed the first stage of its rollout of CreditMatch, its electronic trading platform for credit derivatives.
Merrill Lynch has made a number of appointments to its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) equity-linked group in London. All will report directly or indirectly to Harry Lengsfield, head of EMEA global markets.
The SEC plans to force US securities firms to tighten up their value-at-risk reporting. Its decision comes as VAR at the world’s leading financial services firms soared an average 25.8% last year. Who are the biggest risk-takers, and are risk managers...
Orc Software, the Stockholm-based technology vendor that supplies systems for market-making, trading and brokerage, has signed an agreement with Citigroup to allow all its existing customers to access the Citibank automated trading platform (Cats-OS)...
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