DTCC and Markit ready for MarkitServ launch

London-based data provider Markit and the New York-based Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) are ready to launch MarkitServ - a joint venture to provide trade-processing services to the over-the-counter derivatives markets.

Where to next?

Energy trading is experiencing rapid change and it can be difficult for ETRM software to keep pace. Rachel Morison finds out which issues software vendors are tackling and what they expect next-generation software to achieve

Fund trading landscape in flux

The technology requirements of hedge funds vary according to their trading styles and strategies. Jamie Wynn-Williams looks at whether all hedge funds need sophisticated order management systems

Smaller brokers move into the fast lane

Keen to take advantage of opportunities presented by the current economic climate, smaller brokerages are moving beyond the limitations set by a traditional hosted trading platform model, explains John Beck of Waters magazine.

Staging a transformation

Energy risk management has transformed since the early 1990s. Pauline McCallion speaks to risk managers about the challenges they faced in the early days and how they compare with the issues faced today

Get connected

Regulatory demands for the derivatives industry to improve operational efficiency have become increasingly stringent in the past year. To meet the targets, dealers say interoperability between technology platforms is vital. But in the competitive vendor…

Risk Derivatives Summit : Transparency not a cure-all

Moves to increase transparency and simplicity in the derivatives market might have some benefit, but are certainly not the single remedy needed after the financial crisis, according to panellists at the Risk Derivatives Summit in London yesterday.

OTC Global Holdings pushes into agricultural products

Interdealer broker OTC Global Holdings (OTCGH) has announced the acquisition of two Chicago-based firms, Futures International and T&J Shuff Enterprises, specialising in agricultural futures and options contracts in corn, wheat, soybeans, soybean meal…

Investor profile: Credaris

Scott Dowle, chief technology officer at London-based credit hedge fund Credaris, talks to Credit about 50%-plus returns in a bear market and the kind of tech infrastructure the firm deploys to manage its CDO holdings.

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