Over the years trading desks at the largest banks and broker-dealers profited not just from executing client trades, but because they had the pulse of the market. It was their job to know who was trading what, who held what, who had an interest in...
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Compliance is a crucial component of financial firm infrastructure, and the role of compliance departments in firm operations has become a fact of life for most capital markets participants.
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Trading is now a highly complex and data-driven activity. U.S. equity markets comprise dozens of execution venues, each with different liquidity characteristics, order types, fee structures, and latency differentials.

The Mortgage Market's Data Challenge

Greenwich Report
October 2019 By: Kevin McPartland
Greater data quality and data analysis is crucial to growing the mortgage market beyond its current state, but these obstacles have made the mortgage market a price case for the use of machine learning and big data.
At the heart of today’s fierce competition among global FX dealers is the fact that market participants are getting more sophisticated about how and where they execute their trades.

Asian Fixed-Income E-Trading

Greenwich Report
October 2019 By: Ken Monahan
Asian fixed-income markets are being transformed by three powerful and interrelated trends: The growth of investment in local currency bonds, the rise of regional dealers and the accelerating expansion of e-trading.
We examine the forces and technology driving the trading desk of the future from the vantage point of 107 capital markets professionals.
Active managers recognize the importance of benchmark data to their business, but asset management executives think they can and should be deriving even more value.

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