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NYU’s Quant Research Unit Partners with BMLL for Market Microstructure Research

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Data and analytics provider BMLL is to collaborate with New York University’s Mathematics in Finance program, making its Data Lab available to NYU’s team of quantitative researchers. Under the program, BMLL Data Lab will run computations and conduct market microstructure research on the futures market. Users will be able to access over three years of Level-3 harmonised futures data, process it at scale, and find inferences by drilling down into every single message.

The program is directed by 2021 “Quant of the Year” Professor Petter Kolm, a leading quantitative analyst specialising in market microstructure modelling and buy-side trading.

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