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Re-thinking post-trade

If you watched our last video you will have seen how firms are re-engineering processes rather than just trying and do the same things more cheaply. Post-trade represents an ideal area for this type of thinking as it is dominated by old proprietary technologies and unnecessary duplication. On top of this, the move to T+2 for European equities in October will reduce by a third the time available to prepare the trade for settlement. Whilst this will... Read More

An eye on the ‘new normal’

Our latest video looks at the key trends that characterise the ‘new normal’ in financial markets and how the most innovative firms are already adapting.  Read More

Build vs Buy becomes Rent vs Collaborate

An interesting couple of days at the International Derivatives Expo in London this week. Alongside the usual debate on OTC clearing, algo tagging and other regulatory conundrums, I was on a panel looking at the changing face of vendor relationships. What is evident is that the build vs buy debate has reached a new dimension as the economics of the FCM business, combined with the regulatory burden, have forced a rethink. Buying in 3rd party technology... Read More

How was it for you?

I bumped into an old industry friend last week. We got talking about the state of the industry generally and agreed that everyone is having to take the whole concept of best execution a bit more seriously these days. Certainly in the UK the FCA has kicked off its “thematic review” and a number of fines are being doled out too. Best execution was the central plank in the original MiFID legislation, but has always been stymied by a lack of any universally... Read More

Maybe markets are unfair, but are they rigged?

The publication of Michael Lewis’s new book Flash Boys has reignited the whole HFT/dark pool debate (actually, maybe it’s never really gone away). The point people seem to continually miss in this debate is the distinction between “unfair” and “rigged”. To me the term rigged implies some malevolent conspiracy between certain members of an ecosystem aimed at taking advantage of an identified target. In this instance,... Read More

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