GETTING IN TOUCH WITH THE CLIENT. Sam Baig (right), Head of Electronic Trading at Citi and board member of Plato, […]
Best Execution – Spring 2017
The start of 2017 has been anything but boring with Donald Trump taking over the reins of the US Presidency and UK Prime Minister Theresa May pushing the Brexit button. However, there are some things that are constant, like the steady roll-call of regulation – in Europe at least. .
Paradigm shift may be an overused term but in this case, the January 2018 deadline for MiFID II will force firms to completely overhaul their business models. Their task is further complicated by the raft of other legislation most notably Basel III and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR).
Regulation always seems to have unintended consequences and with the best will and technology in the world, changing human behaviour is never easy.
Lynn Strongin Dodds, Editor.
ASKING ALL THE RIGHT QUESTIONS. Eric Böss, Global Head of Trading at Allianz Global Investors, speaks to Best Execution about the […]
STEADY AS SHE GOES? Joe Gawronski, President and Chief Operating Officer of Rosenblatt Securities talks to Best Execution’s Lynn Strongin […]
THE UPS AND DOWNS OF T2S. Mary Bogan charts the progress and bumps along the way. The recent migration of […]
A LEAP INTO THE UNKNOWN. Gill Wadsworth assesses London’s chances of remaining the financial jewel in the European financial services […]
SHOW AND TELL: THE NEW SERVICE PARADIGM. Francesca Carnevale offers insight into the ever-changing equity trading landscape. This year could be […]
THE TCA CHALLENGE. Chris Hall assesses the changing face of TCA to help buyside firms achieve best execution. In the […]
PAINTING THE WHOLE DATA PICTURE. Heather McKenzie looks at the challenges of managing data across the regulatory landscape. In less […]
THE RACE IS ON. The pressure to hit deadlines is enabling regtech firms to grow, but most importantly their clients […]
IN EQUITIES AND BEYOND. Per Lovén, Commercial Director at TRADEcho outlines the impact of MiFID II on trade transparency, and […]
BANKS, BUSINESS MODELS, INNOVATION AND STRATEGY. Wasn’t innovation already here? Yes, but this time it’s different, as Banca IMI’s […]
NON-DISPLAYED TRADING AND THE PUZZLE OF THE SWISS. By Robert Cranston, Head Equity Product Management, SIX Swiss Exchange. We all love a […]
WHAT’S IN A NAME? Daniel Simpson of JWG explains the important differences between reg and fintech and the challenges they […]
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TOWARDS ALPHA PRESERVATION. Investors could reap significant benefits from technology that brings realised returns into closer alignment with expected returns. […]
OUT OF THE WINGS AND INTO THE LIMELIGHT. Peter Moss, CEO of The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU), looks at […]
WHAT IS THE VALUE OF A BLOCK? Gareth Exton, EMEA Head of Execution Consulting at Liquidnet describes how it’s possible […]
THE EMERGING ETF TREND. Donna M. Nemer, Director, Capital Markets and Group Strategy at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) explains how […]
THE MIFID II ROADMAP. Rob Boardman, CEO of ITG Europe, spoke to Best Execution about the challenges of MiFID II. […]
MIFID II: THE RISE OF ANALYTICS. Adam De Rose, Associate Director, Product Management, Eze Software Group. I was an equities dealer […]