Increasing efficiency has been a constant theme in the history of financial markets. The fallout from the subprime crisis has increased the need to keep a tight lid on costs, but not at the expense of business expansion
Monthly Archives:: January 2010
What were the main trends in the evolution of traded volumes in both equity and derivatives over the last year? The graphs and comments displayed in this section can help you find answers!
Competition at the front end has not, so far, been matched in the post-trade arena, and that is hampering many firms’ abilities to actually trade on the venues they may wish to.
It was a great event, with a lot of thoughtful questions from attendees as well as discussion around the future of the derivatives markets. If you couldn’t make it to the breakfast in New York, you can join us in London on January 14 or Chicago on February 25 for similar events.
…when it comes to reporting and risk in particular, increased focus on transparency will also mean increased focus on a real-time view of your data and achieving more efficient methods of communication. This theme is driving a lot of what my team is working on, and you will see more blog posts around these topics as the year goes on.