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Recorded Webinar: How to track and control usage of market data services you pay for

If you’re like most market data managers, you’ll be under constant pressure to provide greater access to a wider variety of financial information services, while at the same time reducing the spend on such data services. You’ll also need to take control of services to make sure you know exactly what is being used and...

Recorded Webinar: Optimising fast market data using high performance technologies

While the need for speed is no longer the only key requirement of trading, it remains near the top of the agenda with successful firms benefiting from higher fill rates and improved execution quality. So how can this be achieved at your firm? This webinar will identify the types of high performance technologies that can...

Recorded Webinar: Innovation in architecture: how to develop optimal, high performance trading

Cloud, predictive analytics, sophisticated algorithms, artificial intelligence and other high performance technologies are gaining traction, innovating trading architecture and delivering market advantage to early adopters. Their potential is phenomenal, but they do come with challenges around integration with existing systems and trading data. They must also be implemented in compliance with trading requirements of regulations...

Recorded Webinar: Managing market data feeds in the post MiFID II world

The aim of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) to make market data more accessible requires market data providers to offer unbundled pre- and post-trade market data feeds that can be delivered as direct feeds or part of a consolidated service. The regulation also requires investment firms to publish details of OTC trades...

Recorded Webinar: How are you managing the need to demonstrate trade reconstruction?

Best execution under MiFID II and other current regulations presents practitioners with a daunting challenge: How does my firm provide evidence that it acted in the best interests of the client? The response necessarily requires storage of vast quantities of data from multiple sources and communications channels, for long periods of time – in the...

Recorded Webinar: Best practice timestamping and clock synchronisation

Timestamping and clock synchronisation have been embedded in the EU by Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and are also a requirement of the US SEC Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT). The webinar will discuss how well firms have realised the MiFID II requirement, how it differs from the CAT requirement, and best practice...

Recorded Webinar: Best Practice for trade surveillance

Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), Dodd-Frank and other regulations underline the need for effective and timely trade surveillance to counter market abuse. The webinar will discuss regulatory requirements for trade surveillance, best practice implementation, technology solutions and the benefits of getting market abuse compliance right. Listen to the...

Recorded Webinar: MiFID II trading technology requirements – what’s worked and what hasn’t?

The incredible breadth of coverage of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) always meant there were going to be workarounds. Now that the implementation deadline of January 3, 2018 has passed, how did the marketplace fare in its attempts to comply, where was it successful, and which areas still need work? Listen to...

Recorded Webinar: Best practice data management for trading automation

High quality, consistent and timely data is key to automation of the trading and investment cycle, but while firms are keen to push on with automation, barriers remain. These include sourcing the right data, timely delivery, data quality and ensuring regulatory compliance. The webinar will discuss the foundational role of data in trading automation, and...

Recorded Webinar: The potential and problems of artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is emerging as a key technology for financial services firms, with applications ranging from algorithmic stock trading and credit card fraud detection to sanctions monitoring and trade settlement. The benefits of AI technologies can include automation, reduced manual intervention, improved efficiency and cost saving, but there are caveats and concerns for legal,...