The hare and the tortoise
Next step for equities
Special report: E-trading
Paving the way for a new market structure
Electronic trading is driving market structure evolution
E-credit trading in the spotlight
Profile: Paul Squires
Special report - Switzerland
LSE officials say they plan to create and list new derivative products, as well as challenge market share in existing contracts on other exchanges
Next-generation investors — How retail clients will invest in 2020
The times they are a-changin’
Tradeweb has launched an electronic equity derivatives platform in the US that offers the ability to complete transparent and timely transactions within minutes
Keeping on top of the swaps
Battle for client clearing business set to heat up, reveals Risk interdealer poll
Takayuki Saito will become Japan head of Morgan Stanley electronic trading, which offers an algorithmic trading suite and various direct market access (DMA) strategies.
Credit Suisse has launched an ultra-low latency direct market access speed that will give investors to trade Singapore-listed equities in under one millisecond.
Technological developments have transformed the face of European energy broking beyond recognition. Now regulatory changes could potentially alter this landscape even further. Alex Davis and Katie Holliday speak to the major brokers about their vision…
With the US set to unveil the largest set of financial regulation reforms of the past 30 years, Lianna Brinded reports from Houston, Texas, on how these changes will effect the energy and commodities industry.
Proposed rule changes from Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra) are a good but incomplete solution to operational risk within exchange infrastructures