How are venues and connectivity choices impacting best execution? How could linking to emerging SIs impact best execution policy? How are trading technologies such as algos being redesigned to trade in periodic auctions and other new trading mechanisms? What is the best method to evaluate performance and assess options for trading venue analysis and order routing transparency? How are firms addressing the need for high quality data for transaction cost analysis, best execution reporting and trade reconstruction? And is real time monitoring of trading activity for trade reconstruction and records retention placing an extra burden on data capture and storage systems? Find out the answer to all of these questions and more in our latest A-Team Group Podcast on how to ensure best execution and connectivity in a multi-venue environment, brought to you from our ITS MiFID II briefing entitled ‘Interacting with the New Market Structure’ held on September 18th in the City of London.
In this podcast we are delighted to be joined by Will Winzor-Saile, Execution Analytics & Architecture at Redburn; trader Chris Lewis, formerly of Magnetar Capital; Thomas Kennedy, Global Head of Analytic Services for the Financial & Risk Division at Thomson Reuters (now known as Refinitiv); Dermot Harriss, Senior Vice President of Regulatory Solutions at OneMarketData; and Joe Everitt, Managing Director at Stifel Electronic Trading (Europe). The Podcast is moderated by Ian Salmon, Director at IgniteG2M Ltd.