Whatever the details of the new regulations, it has become clear that the biggest impact will be around the need for real-time information, whether that relates to counterparty exposure, margins, risk reports, or other areas. It is no longer sufficient to wait until tomorrow or next week or even end of day to calculate your margins or determine your positions.
Monthly Archives:: August 2009
As liquidity in global markets continues to fragment, sell-side firms of all sizes realize that deploying a liquidity management strategy and its supporting infrastructure isn’t just about reaping the extra profits, but also meeting new regulatory requirements. Dealing With Technology speaks with David Morgan, marketing director, trading and client connectivity, SunGard Global Trading, to discuss [...]
Up to the present time, outside the community of trading-focused hedge funds and specialist high-frequency traders who have undertaken their own developments, algo trading has been predominantly viewed as a sell-side product, provided as part of the overall range of brokerage services by sell-side firms to the buy-side.