By Paul Daley, senior managing director, SunGard’s global trading business Broker-dealers are grappling with the conflicting needs of the buy-side in an algorithmic trading market that grows more complex by the minute. Buy-side firms have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to algorithmic trading. Gone are the days when buy-side clients would be satisfied by [...]
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I look forward to you joining us on Tuesday, May 25 for this timely discussion about critical industry issues and how SunGard’s Cliq fits into the mix.
We at SunGard’s brokerage and clearance business are extremely proud to announce the launch of Cliq™, a Web-based service that we believe will revolutionize the derivatives industry. It will help increase transparency and efficiency and provide standardized electronic communication for all parties involved in the post-trade derivatives lifecycle.
In my perspective, this poll tackles an important question for those on either side of derivatives transactions: What is your biggest challenge in post-trade derivatives processing?
Yesterday I participated in one of the CME Group’s ExchangeTalk interviews on Twitter. I am betting that you follow @CMEGroup on Twitter already, since they have more than 750,000 followers; however, if you aren’t familiar with their ExchangeTalks, you can see a recap of mine below and find a list of the people they have interviewed thus far here. They do a great job of organizing Twitter conversations around industry professionals and themes. Keep your eyes out for future $ExchTalk interviews and come with your own questions for the interviewees.
If you have any additional questions for me or want to connect via Twitter, you can find me @tonyscianna.
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.
As regulators move closer to drafting specific rules around the derivatives market, it is important to remember one of the key drivers behind regulatory interest: risk. As the failure of Lehman Brothers has shown us, risk can take many forms. You can find examples of operational, counterparty, market, and asset class specific risk, among others.