Spotlight-orange-med High Speed Data And OTC Markets

The world is awash in data. But rather than bemoaning the flood of information and what to do with it, this Spotlight Series, sponsored by Progress Software, will feature content on how capital markets participants are reacting to the opportunity – and threat – of high speed data. The series will have a particular focus on the OTC markets including high-level content covering FX, derivatives, fixed income and energy futures, and will also cover similar challenges in the exchange-traded markets. Ideas? Email



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    Threading the Market Data Needle

    Frank Piasecki of ACTIV Financial delves into the difficulties market participants face in extricating themselves from costly enterprise-wide legacy data management systems in favor of faster, cheaper ...
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    Risk Analytics and Pre-Trade Pricing in Fixed Income

    TABB's Robert Iati and Will Rhode discuss the new partnership between BlackRock and Thomson Reuters to create and distribute a set of fixed income derived analytics to support risk management of fixed income ...
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    The End of European HFTs?

    Larry Tabb, TABB Group CEO and founder, discusses the findings from the European MiFID II rulings on Equity Market Structure with Adam Sussman, Partner and Director of Research of TABB Group. ...

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07 November 2012

Analysis: Foresight Committee Report on the Future of Computer Trading

Theo Hildyard, Software AG

Automated trading needs greater control and diligence, but not a witch-hunt on HFT. The recent Foresight Committee findings on 'The Future of Computer Trading in Financial Markets' made for a refreshing and well-researched contrast to the usual political spin. rest of story...

Opinion & Analysis



Big Data, Small Governance: Why Federated Data Strategies Will Win

Larry Tabb, TABB Group

Firms have invested millions of dollars in centralized data infrastructure, but most of these investments result in bureaucracy, hindering growth, stifling innovation and increasing costs while doing little to solve the problem, says TABB's Larry Tabb. Continue

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